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WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



KNOWLEDGE 



COME 



BUSINESS 



.MATHEMATICS 



ENGLISH 



HOMEMAKING 



LANGUAGES 



THE ARTS 



AGRICULTURE 



TRADES 





ISDOM 
LINGER: 



through experience we gain 

RESPECT 

RESPONSIBILITY 
FELLOWSHIP 
HUMOR 

EDUCATION 

APPRECIATION 

SPORTMANSHIP 

COOPERATION 
REVERENCE 
SUCCESS 



THE TUFTS LIBRARY 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



WE THE STAFF present 



Senior Staff: 

Editor-in-Chief 

Claire Goldthwaite 

Assistant Editors 

Susan Allen 
John Berg 

Photographic Editor 
Judith Kelley 

Cameraman 

Guy Henry 

Printing Staff 

Edward Boucher 
Wayne Jenkins 



Art Editor 

Susan Wirtz 

Art Staff 

Martha AuCoin 
Cynthia Carlson 
George Whitman 

Copy Editor 

Carol Nelson 

Assistant 

Irene DiFelice 



Faculty Advisors 

Mr. Blanchard 
Mr. Collins 
Miss Gilmore 
Miss Silvester 

Junior Staff 

Dianne Hanchay 
Linda Jonason 
Naomi Just 
Sally Lawrence 
Gary Robinson 
Lorraine Sliva 



Home Roo?n Representatives 
Christine Anderson 
David Carlson 
Ruth Davidson 
Irene DiFelice 
Marilyn Dionne 
Mary Ellen Grant 
Elizabeth Laing 
Alyce Moakley 
Ivy Nott 
Janet Rollins 
David Weinfeld 
Susan Vedoe 




jpoR the first time our Yearbook has an identity, an individual characteristic 
name of its own. The student body voted to call it the .Campus. Nostalgia 
at the thought that soon the Weymouth High School would have to leave this 
beautiful red brick building with its expansive lawns and iron gate, so like a 
college campus, prompted the choice of this name. 

Not only is the name different but also the format. A central theme derived 
from the classs motto, "Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers" appears through- 
out the book. 

JAN 1 2 '84 



THE CA 




of their generous help we thank 



Mr. John Hobbs 
Mr. Harold R. Nelson 
Mr. John T. Ghiorse 
Miss Helen N orris" 
Mr. Herman Perry 

Sophomores: 

Jane Belcher 
Sandra Teed 

Typists: 

Lawraine Fall 
Barbara Laniewski 
Gail Lovett 
Barbara Nicholson 
Elva Puopolo 

Who's Who Committee 
Class Motto Committee 
Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values Committee 



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"To rear the tender thought, 
To teach the young idea how to shoot, 
To pour the fresh instruction o'er the mind, 
To breath the enlivening Spirit, and to fix 
The generous purpose in the glowing breast." 

— Thompson 



J^xpressions of sincere gratitude, either by word or 
deed are so inadequate that we often leave our 
greatest debts unpaid. This is particularly true when 
we try to repay Miss Helen Norris and Mr. William 
Kearns for what they have sacrificed to promote our 
interests, while they sought no reward but our progress 
in learning to think, and our ultimate success. 

At this late date, as we reflect upon their pains- 
taking efforts to guide us in the right direction, upon 



their generous patience with our shortcomings, and 
upon their inspirational leadership, our helplessness 
in voicing our most genuine sentiments can be under- 
stood. 

Therefore, as a slight expression of our warm af- 
fection and appreciation, we, the Class of 1959, dedi- 
cate this book to Miss Helen Norris and to Mr. 
William Kearns. 



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CONTENTS 



Dedication 


7 


Faculty 


II 


Class Officers 


23 


Honor Roll 


26 


Honor Essays 


27 


Seniors 


35 


Census 


77 


Class History 


83 


Class Day 


93 


Activities 


109 


Sports 


135 


Prayer 


151 


Advertising 


155 




RESPECT 



tf A teacher affects eternity; he can 
never tell where his influence stops." 

— Henry Brooks Adams 




A.dmmistra Hon 




JJ^nowledge may be defined as "the body of facts known to a 
person." 

Wisdom is usually understood to mean "the faculty of 
forming a sound judgment in a matter." 

It has been our hope while you were at Weymouth High 
School that we have enabled you to amass considerable knowl- 
edge and to give you the training, experience, and wisdom to use 
it wisely. We sincerely hope that your years with us have been 
such that "wisdom will linger" and help you to enjoy a full and 
happy life. 

Best wishes to each and every graduate. 

Sincerely, 



Wallace L. Whittle 



Office, left to right: Laura Nash, Secretary; Evelyn I. MacKean, Cafeteria Secretary; 
Doris E. Mcintosh, Assistant Secretary; Ellen C. Coyle, Vocational Secretary; Evelyn 
C. Glid,den, Audio Usual Secretary; Doris H. Moffet, Assistant Secretary; Janet A. 
Johnson, Assistant Secrtary. 



Mr. Thomas A. Lyons, Assistant Principal. 




Guidance, left to right: Donald P. Drake. Social Studies; Edna G. Flaherty, English; Walter Gutterson; Geraldine 
Ochs, Secretary; Virginia Nye. 

Mr. Ray G. Parker, Vocational School Director. 




Above: English, left to right: Clement V. Horrigan; Mary E. McMorrow; Elizabeth A. Rogers; Mildred S. Gilmore. 
Below: English, left to right: Mary F. Toomey; Alice M. White; William J. Longridge, Jr. 



through the word 



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English, left to right: Helen G. Lyons; Julia Morris; Dorothy Pearson; Eleanor F. Ritchie; George J. McCarthy 
(remedial work) . 





Math, left to right: Richard J. Burgess; Russell H. Mazzola; Thomas J. Regan; 
Reams. 




Above: Science, left to right: James R. Campbell; Harry L. Morgan; Clarence R. Lyond; Norman L. Turcotte. 
Below: Science, left to right: Robert J. Bernath; John K. Delahunt; John T. Ghiorse; George P. Carpenter, Jr. 



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Above: Social Studies, left to right: Paul O. Ritchie; Waldo H. Swan, Driver Education; Richard L. Whitmore 
Driver Education; Walter W. Donovan; John W. White. 

Below: Social Studies, left to right: William A. Dempsey, Jr.; James F. Steele; William T. Kearns; William 
L. Concannon. 



toward wor 



nowlA 




Music, left to right: Russell H. Jack; Paul A. Warren. 



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Arts, left to right: Mary A. Dolan; Evelyn Silvester; Vincent J. DiSessa, Mechanical Drawing. 



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Top Left: Commercial, left to right: Elizabeth L. MacGregor; Olive E. Hackett; Daniel T. Blanchar 
Top Right: Hilmer S. Nelson, Agriculture. 

Middle Left: Commercial, left to right: Dorothy G. MacGregor; Ervida C Swirkal; Louise J. Hill. 




Bottom Left: Commercial, left to right: M. Jean Young; Margaret K. Langford; Francis X. Kelly; Helen M. 
Norris. 



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Top Left: Agriculture, Marie K. Ghiorse and Harold R. Nelson. 

Top Right: Gym, top to bottom: Mary E. Arnold; Sally J. Levangie; John Fisher; Oral A. Page; Leo A. 
Hayes. 

Bottom: Health, Herberta L. Stockwell. 




Home Economics, left to right: Eva Skala; Esther L. Benson; Louise B. Masters. 



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Vocational, left to right: James F. Boland; Harold E. Clarke. 




Above: Vocational, left to right: Eric A. Roy; Joseph K. Whittemore; Olio H. Mahn; George H. Klay. 
Below: Vocational, left to right: Frank H. Meda; Henry E. Marshman, Jr; Philip J. Messina. 



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RESPONSIBILITY 

"Responsibility's like a string we can 
only see the middle of. Both ends are 
out of sight." — William McFee 



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.V. 




Richard Cameron, President 
Dennis Blake, Vice-President 



Lawrence Griffin, Secretary-Treasurer 
Lawrence Robinson, Marshal 




THREE-YEAR HIGH HONORS 



Priscilla Lillian Bates 
John Andrew Berg, Jr. 
Dian Mae Crocker 
Joseph Anthony Curro 
Natalie Janice Glidden 
Claire Donzelle Goldthwaite 
Barbara Lorraine Laniewski 
Carol Ann Laskey 



William Everett Lewis, Jr. 
Arthur Patstone 
Walter Patstone 
Donna Elinor Peterson 
Janice Marshal Phillips 
Natalie Shober 
Bruce Wesley Stevens 
Ronald Nelson Wentworth 
Susan Jane Wirtz 



THREE-YEAR HONORS 



Joyce Ann Abruzzese 


John Richard Karlberg 


Linda Ann Ahlquist 


Karl Herbert Klasson 


Carol Eugenia Albion 


Myra Lucy LaMontagne 


Susan Winifred Allen 


Kenneth LeBaron Margeson 


Diana Frances Baglione 


Edward George Melchin 


Concetta Rose Bottari 


Harry Theodore Miller, Jr. 


Diane Marcia Brayshaw 


John Robert Moore 


William Alfred Brown 


Cathryn Elaine Muirhead 


Jeffrey Lewis Bruce 


Peter Victor Naylor 


Constance Carino 


Sylvia Georgette Neva 


Cynthia Wetmore Carlson 


Ivy Isabelle Nott 


David Emil Carlson 


Judith Coates Palmer 


Carol Ann Coady 


Beverly Anne Pantano 


Kevin Robert Danehy 


Penelope Ann Perkins 


Thomas Nunzie Daniele 


Stanley Norman Petersen 


George Harry Dewing 


Dorothy Lucille Pitts 


Michael Arthur Dunning 


Janice Arlene Ralph 


Lawraine Esther Fall 


Alan Richard Risley 


Robert David Fernald 


Jean Alice Roanowicz 


Stephen Francis French 


Sandra Louise Russell 


Edmund Michael Geyer 


Steven Robert Thayer 


Mary Ellen Grant 


Allen Sargent Thompson 


Albert Middleton Gray, Jr. 


Bonnie Susan Tirrell 


Michael Mohammed Hassan 


Susan Martha Vedoe 


Janice May Haygarth 


Judith Carol Voegtlin 


Louise Catherine Hebert 


Donald Bruce Wentworth 


Gail Elisabeth Holloway 


Harold Wilson Whitehouse, Jr. 




LATIN AMERICA: Continent of the Future 



WILLIAM EVERETT LEWIS 

Careful analysis reveals that Latin America is the fastest growing continent in 
the world, both economically and socially; consequently, it is expected that in 
the future she will play an increasingly more important role in world affairs. There is 
a bright future in the offing for our southern neighbors provided they take advan- 
tage of the opportunity by overcoming the obstacles hindering their advancement. 

One obstacle that has greatly hindered the progress of Latin America is the po- 
litical structure; for, although we hear the continent referred to as a unit, in reality, 
it consists of several politically divided nations. Some of these nations are demo- 
ccratic in nature, but others are dicatorial and have developed into areas which 
might readily accept Communism. 

Latin America is greatly in need of economic assistance and, if she does not 
receive aid from the United States, she will turn elsewhere. The relationship be- 
tween our country and Latin America seems to be in a rather precarious situation 
at this time, but one that can be remedied. Such projects as the Organization of 
American States, comprising Latin America and the United States, which held its 
tenth Inter-American conference in March, 1954, foster co-operation between the 
American nations and encourage mutual economic assistance. It is hoped that by the 
actions of that agency and by the work of United States programs, the threat of 
Communism hindering the democratic development of Latin America will be re- 
moved. 

Why does Latin America have such a great need of foreign aid? At present she 
is striving to develop her abundant natural resources, which make up the greater 
part of her exports. In recent years commerce has made rapid advances. Since the 
period immediately preceding World War II, trade between Latin America and 
the United States has doubled. The bulk of her exports still remains in the form of 
raw materials, upon which our country is becoming increasingly more dependent; 
therefore, it is of great importance to us that Latin American resources be developed. 



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The United States feels that Latin Ame ric an economy will best advance through 
free enterprise and private capital. Milton Eisenhower, Personal Representative oJ 
the President, points out that eighty per cent of the economic: aid which Latin 
America has received from the United States is in the form of private capital. 

Latin America, however, feels that she should receive more help in the form 
of investment from the United States government. As a result she does not always 
present an attitude favorable to private investment. Clearly some sort of harmony 
between North American and South American views could greatly accelerate her pro- 
gram of economic development. 

Socially, Latin America is far behind the United States, although her standard 
of living is improving rapidly. Since educational facilities are not adequate, many 
nations are still burdened with over fifty per cent illiteracy. These rates are. how 
ever, being lowered. Bolivia, which provides free and compulsory primary education 
and has seven universities, has already reduced her adult illiteracy rate from eighty- 
five per cent in 1956 to sixty-eight per cent in 1958. Many other states have also initi- 
ated various social and educational reforms with the result that, on the whole, 
the standard of living in Latin America is increasing faster than in any other area of 
the world. 

The future holds much promise for Latin America, an area which has both 
the natural resources and the manpower to become a leading power in the world. 

Before she can achieve this goal, however, she 
must solve her political differences, both among her 
own disunited nations and with the United States. 
Once this ambition is realized, economic and social 
growth will follow naturally and she will assume her 
rightful place among the powers of the world. 

In the words of Arturo Frondizi, President of 
Argentina, "Let us make the American Continent the 
continent of human hope, realizing on its soil and 
for all its sons the promise of happiness and fulfillment 
America offers to mankind." 




THE AMERICAS . . . Partners for Peace 



DONNA ELINOR PETERSON 

Today a minority subversive group in Latin American countries is spreading 
rumors, indicating that our Southern neighbors are developing a dislike and, in some 
cases, even a distrust of the United States. Instances of ill-feeling were evident in 
the fairly recent reports concerning the stoning of Vice President Nixon in Vene- 
zuela and the student demonstration in Bolivia, both of which were eagerly seized 
upon by propagandists. Actually, study has shown that some basis of fact did exist 
in these accounts; but, on the whole, the rumors were exaggerated. 

The present unfriendly attitude of Latin American republics is the result of 
corruptive outside influences regarding the past foreign policy of the United States, 
a policy often interpreted as being devised to benefit our country at the expense 
of the weaker, the less stable nations. There rests the beginning of the bitterness, 
which has been spreading, nurtured by misunderstanding and error. 

This misunderstanding has been gradually developing since the inception of 
our Latin American policy, in 1823, with the adoption of the Monroe Doctrine, 
a political theory that supposedly was "America for Americans." Thence, the United 
States became the protector of the young Latin American nations, independent 
but exhausted by struggles against autocratic rule. 

At the time, the Western Hemisphere, isolated from the rest of the world 
geographically, could also expect to remain isolated politically, with little difficulty. 
As a result, this policy was fairly workable and culminated in the growth of a 
mutual, but rather distant friendship, based on a common need for individual ad- 
vancement. This might be exemplified by the action of the United States in the 
Mexican revolution and in the Venezuelan boundary dispute when those Latin 
American countries looked "-to us for aid. 

As the years have passed, however, the purpose behind our actions has become 
questionable in the minds of many Latin Americans. The policy established by 
Theodore Roosevelt, in 1904, transforming the position of the United States from 
a protector to a police agent, gave substance to this doubt. For the next thirty years, 
our country intervened in numerous instances to prevent political and economic 
disturbances. Fearing action by European creditors, we rescued Santo Domingo 
from bankruptcy; United States Marines took Veracruz, Mexico, to bring order 
during a political upheaval, but only in the best interests of democracy. Too, we 
occupied Haiti to salvage the financial system and to establish a stable government. 
As a result of such intervention, friendly in our eyes but aggressive in the eyes of 



Latin Americans, the United States came to be regarded as "The Great Colossus 
of the North," the "Neighbor with the Big Stick." Amiable relations could hardly 
exist under such conditions. Nevertheless. United States has aided in the develop- 
ment of these Southern republics, politically and financially. The points debatable 
in the minds of our Southern neighbors were the methods employed and our moti- 
vations which frequently aroused their suspicions. 

This attitude warned President Franklin 1). Roosevelt of the necessity of prov- 
ing otherwise, so, in 1933, he introduced the "Good Neighbor Policy"; stating that 
this country was to devote its energies to "the policy of the good neighbor — the 
neighbor who resolutely respects himself and, because he does so, respects the rights 
of others." 

Under the terms of this policy, all countries of the Western Hemisphere were 
to be equal, equal in authority and in points of decision. To bring about this sense 
of equality, the United States was to evidence respect and co-operation and. although 
maintaining firmness, avoid a domineering attitude. 

Likewise, a series of Pan-American conferences have been held to determine 
decision involving international affairs, through discussion and co-operative actions 
of both the South America countries and the United States; for example, the Pan- 
American League of twenty-one nations caused a unified front to be followed by these 
countries in World War II. 

After the war, the Rockefeller Committee was set up to co-ordinate the cultural 
and commercial relations among the American republics. The multiple accomplish- 
ments through its efforts have been prodigious: student transfers; training programs 
for medical personnel, social workers, engineers and aviators; and a well-developed 
transportation system by highways and airlines between the two continents. 

With such a concentrated effort on the part of the 
United States to repair North and South America re- 
lations, much progress has been made, but the way is 
not easy. Old problems are yet to be solved. New dif- 
ficulties are arising in the current world situation. We 
have the means, however, to overcome all obstacles 
in the path to an understanding. With the republics 
of Latin America and the United States working co- 
operatively, we can accomplish much, not only for our- 
selves but the entire world. 

Latin America and the United States can be an 
active force — American "partners in hope for world 
peace." 




THE AMERICAS . . . Economic Partners 



BRUCE WESLEY STEVENS 

During the great era of free trade and investment in the ninteenth century, the 
United States enjoyed a favorable program of commercial relations with Latin 
America, which ended abruptly in the crash of 1929. Then Latin American industry 
become revitalized during World War II when she offered an unrestricted field of 
exports to the Western Allies; since then, there has been a continuous advancement 
noted in her business organization. 

The time has come when the United States must consider seriously the great 
importance of Latin America, not only as a market but also as a main source of 
essential raw materials. 

No land is more conductive to American business than Latin America which, 
next to Canada, absorbs more U.S. capital than any other part of the World. By 
the end of 1957, our direct private investment in Latin America amounted to 8.4 
billion dollars or one-third of our total direct investment abroad. Likewise, our gov- 
ernment has invested at least two billion dollars, and the Export-Import Bank has 
loaned them over a quarter of a billion. A good amount of this rapidly growing in- 
vestment has been directed to oil, mining, and public utilities in Venezuela, Brazil, 
Cuba, Chile, and Mexico. Latin America now accounts for one-fourth of our world 
trade, United States business having been established in practically every market. 

Furthermore, many of our corporations have established branches to meet Latin 
America's demands for more manufactured products — demands that have resulted 
from their economic growth, fostered by our help. Besides this very important rea- 
son, there are several others: 

1 . The differences between tastes frequently require a new product or the 
adaptation of the old. 

2. Raw materials are easily obtained in large quantities, thanks to the com- 
bined efforts of many countries in exploitation and research. 



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3. The sources of raw materials, such as oil, are not endangered by possible 
major conflicts now existing in the Middle East. 

Most of the Latin American countries have reached a critical point in their dev- 
elopment. Though still dependent on their exports or raw materials to the United 
States and Europe, they desire internal growth to make them less dependent on the 
fluctuation of commodity prices in world markets and to give them a greater sense 
of self-sufficiency. It was remarked by a Brazilian official: "There is a sense of frus- 
tration in our people when they hear about the great wealth of Brazil. We had a gold 
rush in the eighteenth century; the Portuguese ended with little, but we ended with 
nothing. Now there is a growing feeling that progress must come from within." 
Indeed, Latin Americans have awakened to their responsibilities and are making 
great strides toward economic security. 

In the past few years progress has been noted again and again: seven republics 
have integrated steel industries; Argentina has a small automobile industry and the 
beginning of an important parts supply business; Brazil's automobile industry is 
turning out over 100,000 buses, cars and trucks a year; Chile is utilizing her 
forests for her new pulp-and-paper industry; and Mexico's Sahagun Indians, who 
only ten years ago were farmers, are now turning out diesels, textile machines, and 
freight cars. Such an industrial expansion has given the main impetus to Latin 
American growth and has boosted personal income and expenditures. 

The combination of our help and their ambition 
has transformed economies that were dependent on 
agricultural and foreign industries into more stable 
economies. Despite the fact that the countries of Latin 
America are divided, the hope for the future is strong. 
Observes Carl Rieser: "If this area teems with prob- 
lems — poverty, inflation, trade disbalances, national- 
ism, and Communist subversion, it also teems with 
excitement. The challenge to United States policy- 
makers is to help Latin American nations overcome 
these problems and at the same time encourage them 
in their legitimate aspirations." 




FELLOWSHIP 

' *Qr eater love hath no man than this, 
that a man lay down his life for his 
friends/* — John, XV, 13 



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WILLIAM ABBOTT 

Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . our future engineer . . . likes 
football, physics, and fried clams . . . dis- 
likes English and staying after school . . . 
usually seen at the Colonial Pharmacy. 

Football 10, 11; Winter Track 10. 



RONALD ADLER 

East Weymouth 

"Ronnie" . . . whose pet peeve is getting 
up early, naturally likes week ends . . his 
favorite saying, "Is that right?" . . . fre- 
quently seen around Bill's Service Station 
. . . future in the auto repair field. 



LINDA AHLQUIST 

South Weymouth 

Linda . . . pretty and friendly . . . loyal 
football fan ... a future engineering sec- 
retary ... a dependable worker. 

Nominating Committee 11,12; Spanish 
Club President 12; Spanish Club 10; Hon- 
ors 10,11; Secretary to Mr. Kearns 11,12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 11; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11. 



CAROL ALBION 

East Weymouth 

Carol . . . another future nurse ... a 
blonde who's an avid reader . . . badmin- 
ton, Chinese food and Cary Grant are tops 
with Carol . . . dislikes Shakespeare, and 
French III. 

Honors 10,11; Volleyball 10; Field Hockey 
10; Basketball 10; Hyroc Gazette Distrib- 
utor 10; Future Nurses' Club 10. 



SUSAN ALLEN 

South Weymouth 

"Suzy" . . . petite and blonde . . . one day 
a physical therapist . . . likes horses and 
Physics . . . quiet and friendly. 

Yearbook 11; Assistant Editor 12; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 11; Honors 10,11; Basket- 
ball 10; Softball 10; Volleyball 10; Bad- 
minton 10,11; Home Room Messenger 12. 



MARGARET ANDERSON 

North Weymouth 

Margaret . . . plans to be an I.B.M. oper- 
ator . . . quiet, helpful . . . loves pizza, 
swimming, and Tony Curtis . . . doesn't 
care for Consumer Education and chicken 
. . . also bowls. 

Typewriting Certificate (55) 12; Basket- 
ball 12. 




DONALD ALEXANDRIAN 

East Weymouth 

"Alex" . . . adventurous and gay ... a 
sheet metal student . . . will ride a horse or 
try anything to keep from doing homework 
. . . doesn't care for women drivers, but is 
learning to tolerate them . . . good luck 
"Alex". 

Student Council 10,11; Nominating Com- 
mittee 11; Open House 11,12. 



CHRISTINE ANDERSON 

South Weymouth 

"Chris" . . . busy and popular ... as a 
fashion designer she will be a success. 

Student Marshal 12; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 12; Home Room Yearbook Repre- 
sentative 12; Sports Assembly 12; Junior 
Home Room Treasurer 1 1 ; Junior-Senior 
Assembly 1 1 ; Sophomore Nominating Com- 
mittee 10; Sophomore Party 10; Junior 
Par'v 1 1 . 



ROBERT ANDERSON 

South Weymouth 

"Andy" . . . contemplating a career in the 
Army . . . practical joker of 216 . . . likes 
war movies, girls and pizza . . . intensely 
dislikes getting up to go to school. 



JOYCE ABRUZZESE 

East Weymouth 

Joyce . . . perfect lady . . . likes pizza, 
dancing . . . dislikes "sloppy dress" . . . 
future marine biologist. 

Cheerleader 12; Library Club 10,11; Span- 
ish Club 12; Thanksgiving Assembly 10 
Reflector Advertising Staff 1 1 ; Sports As 
sembly 12; Farewell Assembly 11; Gradua- 
tion Dance Committee 12. 



ROBERT AHEARN 

East Weymouth 

"Alec" ... a good mechanic . . . will 
probably be our future contractor . . . likes 
most foods and sports . . . pet peeve is the 
afternoon session . . . often found working 
on cars. 

Honors 11; Student Council 10,11; Open 
House 11; Student Government 11; Choir 
11. 



RICHARD AINSLIE 

East Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . tall and easy-going . . . favor- 
ites are steak, sports, Mr. McCarthy and 
custom cars . . . dislikes macaroni, noisy 
girls and economics ... a future service- 
man. 

Baseball 10,11,12; Office Practice Helper 
12; Cap and Gown Committee 12; Book 
Room 10,11. 




Mid Weymouth Highs soft lawns and pines 



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MARTHA AuCOIN 

East Weymouth 

"Marty" . . . peppy . . . likes fried clams, 
dancing . . . dislikes Consumer Education 
... a future secretary. 

Mr. Lyond's Secretary 12; Junior Nominat- 
ing Committee 1 1 ; Who's Who Committee 
12; Junior Decorating Committee 1 1; Year- 
book Art Staff 12; Junior Party 11; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 . 





JOAN AUSTIN 

South Weymouth 

"Joanie" ... an attractive miss with big 
blue eyes . . . skating rates high ... a 
future nurse. 

Senior Nominating Committee 12; Student 
Marshal 10,11; Class Dues Collector 12; 
Future Nurses of America 12; Junior-Sen- 
ior Assembly 11; F.B.L.A. 10,11; Lab 
Assistant 12. 



BARBARA BACKLUND 

East Weymouth 

"Barb" . . . future bookkeeper . . . likes 
bowling, skating, English and Frankie Ava- 
Ion . . . but fish and history are not for this 
lass. 

Cafeteria Work 10; Fashion Show 10; At- 
tendance Slips 12. 



GILBERT BALENTINE 

South Weymouth 

"Gil" ... a laughing comedian . . . future 
state trooper . . . likes pot roast, westerns, 
and any Ford Company car . . . dislikes 
fish, onions, and Mondays. 




DIANA BAGLIONE 

Weymouth 

Diana . . . short and cute . 
to (Catherine Gibbs. 



plans to go 




DANIEL BARBIERE 

South Weymouth 

"Bud" . . . may be found in Pat's Variety 
Store dodging homework . . . his ambition 
is to be successful . . . his favorite saying 
is "I give up. What?" 

Student Government 11,12; Student Coun- 
cil 10,11.12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Cap and Gown 12; Open House 10,11,12. 



SUSAN BARNES 

South Weymouth 

"Sue" . . . peppy and full of fun . . . hopes 
to study architecture at the University of 
Massachusetts. 

Class Banquet 12; Cheerleader 11; Victory 
Dance Decoration 1 1 ; Heart's Delight 
Dance Decorating 11; Football Rally As- 
sembly 11; Steve Allen Show Assembly 11; 
Math Club 11; Badminton 10,11. 



MARYLOU BARTON 

Weymouth 

MaryLou . . . our "Miss Whiz" in short- 
hand . . . one of the agricultural secretaries 
. . . hopes to go to Salem Teachers College 
. . . "open your books, class." 

Mr. Nelson's Secretary 11,12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (100) 1 1 ; Typewriting 
Certificate (59) 11; Volleyball 10,11; Bas- 
ketball 10,11. 



Laboratory Assistant 11; A.V. Club 10,11; 
Badminton 10,11; Field Hockey 10; Volley- 
ball 10; Honors 10,11; Cap and Gown 12; 
Reflector Advertising 11; Decorating Com- 
mittee 10; Victory Dance Decorating Com- 
mittee 11; Math Club 11. 



SHIRLEY BALLANTYNE 

East Weymouth 

Shirley . . . future switchboard operator 
. . . likes sports, movies, and pizza . . . 
popular music rates high too . . . dislikes 
studying, Elvis Presley, and Problems of 
Democracy. 

Softball 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 10. 



PAUL BARCELO 

South Weymouth 

Paul . . . much fun and laughter . . . likes 
fried clams, football, and Audrey Hepburn 
... in time he will make a good watch- 
maker. 



MICHAEL BARRY 

North Weymouth 

"Mike" . . . sincere and friendly to all . . . 
likes vacations and the 2:20 bell . . . pet 
peeve is conceited people . . . vocation is 
undecided. 

Cross Country 11; Winter Track 11. 



MARGARET BATES 

North Weymouth 

"Peggy" . . . likes fried clams, Mr. Con- 
cannon, and popular and classical music 
. . . dislikes pea soup, operas, and Problems 
of Democracy . . . marriage in the future 
for this girl. 

School Swimming Team in Florida 10; 
School Talent Show in Florida 10; Intra- 
murals 1 1 . 



a cross of fairest gray 



PRISCILLA BATES 

Weymouth 

Priscilla . . . very quiet . . . efficient work- 
er .. . Pat Boone is her favorite . . . often 
seen ice skating. 

High Honors 11; Honors 10; Secretary to 
M-ss Nye 11,12; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate (100) 12; Typing Certificate (70) 
11; Badminton 10,11; Volleyball 10. 



DONNA BELCHER 

Weymouth 

Donna ... a future medical secretary . . . 
can be found working. 

Honor Roll 10,11; Graduation Dance Com- 
mittee 12; Junior Party Committee 11; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 11; Decorating 
Door Committee 1 1 ; Future Nurses' Club 
10; Spanish Club 11; Badminton 10,11; 
Basketball 10; Field Hockey 11. 



BRUCE BENSON 

Weymouth 

Bruce . . . usually seen in the physics lab 
... a good sense of humor . . . enioys 
swimming and playing hockey . . . plans 
a Naval career. 

Physics Lab Assistant 1 1 ; Cafeteria Duty 
10. 



PHILIP BERIO 

East Weymouth 

"Butch'' . . . Rock and Roll by "Fats" 
Domino, lobster, Mr. Nelson, and science 
are his favorites . . . dislikes English, 
math, and women drivers . . . likes to hunt 
... a future auto mechanic. 

Student Marshal 10,11,12. 



WAYNE BICKNELL 

Weymouth 

"Bick" . . . quiet and unassuming ... a 
successful landscape salesman of the future 
. . . enjoys hunting and eating steak . . . 
dislikes chicken. 

F.F.A. Reporter 11; F.F.A. President 12. 



JANET B1NNEY 

East Weymouth 

"Jan" . . . usually seen in a green Ford 
convertible . . . likes pizza, westerns and 
badminton . . . dislikes spinach and short- 
hand homework . . . always saying, "Oh, 
great!" . . . she'll make a fine secretary. 

Senior Party Committee 12; Typewriting 
Certificate (56) 11; Future Business Lead- 
ers of America 11; Future Nurses 10. 



EMILY BELCASTRO 

North Weymouth 

"Em" . . . dependable and likeable . . . 
usually found watching TV . . . likes Pat 
Boone, pizza, English and basketball . . . 
pet peeve is conceited people . . . also dis- 
likes Problems of Democracy, and pork 
chops . . . future I.B.M. operator. 

Basketball 10; Softball 11. 



LEE BENOIT 

Weymouth 

Lee . . . usually seen working on cars . . . 
football, pizza, westerns, and history are 
favorites with him . . . dislikes liver, Eng- 
lish, and debtors who don't pay ... he will 
make a good mechanic. 



JOHN BERG 

East Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . future engineer . . . plans to 
go to M.I.T. . . . earnest but fun loving. 

Cross Country 11,12; Winter Track 11,12; 
Spring Track 11,12; Who's Who Chair- 
man 12; Yearbook 11; Assistant Editor 12; 
Student Council President 12; High Honors 
10,11; Rotary Guest 11; Science Fiction 
Contest Winner 11; Farewell Assembly 11. 





JOHN BEVILACQUA 

North Weymouth 

John . . . our furure Merchant Marine . . . 
quiet but has a good sense of humor . . . 
likes all sports and cars . . . beef stew is 
this lad's favorite food. 

Spring Track 10,11,12. 



BARBARA BINGHAM 

North Weymouth 

"Barb" ... a happy smile . . . favorites 
are chicken, tennis, Miss White and Span- 
ish .. . dislikes strawberries, history, and 
busy telephone lines . . . her favorite ex- 
pression, "That's beside the point." ... a 
future teacher. 

Future Teachers' Club 10,11,12; Vice Pres- 
ident 12; Spanish Club 11,12. 



DONALD BISHOP 

South Weymouth 

"Bish" . . . usually seen in his car . . . 
likes pizza, Miss Toomey, physics and 
"Maverick" . . . often heard saying, "You'd 
just better believe it." . . . he will make a 
fine aircraft mechanic. 



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WILLIAM BOUDREAU 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . the boy with the cheery disposi- 
tion . . . soon to be in the Armed Forces 
. . . likes popular music, swimming, and 

spaghetti . . . often expresses the much 
heard complaint, "I hate homework!" 

Band 10, 11; Latin Certificate of Supe- 
rior Merit 10; Math Club 11. 



PATRICIA BOWMAN 

East Weymouth 

"Patti" . . . one of the smallest and nicest 
. . . heading for a secretarial job. 

Mr. Whittemore's Secretary 11,12; F.B.L.A. 
Vice President 11; F.B.L.A. President 12; 
Party Committees 10,11,12; Gregg Short- 
hand Certificate (80) 12; Bookkeeping 
Award 11; Dramatic Club 12; Attendance 
Slips 11,12. 



DIANE BRAYSHAW 

Weymouth 

Diane . . . usually seen going through her 
pocketbook . . . likes English muffins, sew- 
ing and "Chevies" . . . dislikes liver, Eng- 
lish and ankle socks . . . she will make an 
efficient housewife. 

Honors 10,11; Senior Prom Committee 12; 
A.V. Club 10, Badminton 10. 



DENNIS BLAKE 

North Weymouth 

"Denny" ... a capable leader . . . can 
always be found at the Shell Station in 
North Weymouth . . . likes parties, food, 
and slow dances . . . dislikes afternoon ses- 
sions, working, and Fords. 

W.V.S. Vice-President 12; Football 10; 
Honors 11; Choir 11; Assembly Commit- 
tee 12; Student Council 11. 



DIANE BLAKEMAN 

North Weymouth 

"Blakey" . . . full of fun . . . likes laugh- 
ing, and clams ... a future I.B.M. oper- 



Class Banquet Committee 12; Mr. Jack's 
Secretary 12; Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 
10,11,12; Business Club Treasurer 12; 
Southeastern Music Festival 10,11,12; Vol- 
leyball 10; F.B.L.A. Club 10,11,12; Type- 
writing Certificate (63) 12. 



CONCETTA BOTTARI 

South Weymouth 

"Connie" ... a pert gal . . . her friends 
are many ... a prospective private sec- 
retary. 

Honors 10,11; Mr. Lyond's Secretary 12; 
Bookkeeping Award 11; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate (56) 11; Gregg Shorthand Certifi- 
cate (60) 11; Business Club 11; A.V. Club 
10; Basketball 10; Badminton 10; Student 
Marshal 11. 



MICHAEL BLAKE 

East Weymouth 

"Mike" ... a comedian . . . his favorites 
are Miss E. MacGregor, Math. Bing Crosby, 
pizza and "Maverick" . . . dislikes squash 
. . . pastime is fishing . . . hopes to be an 
engineer. 




CARLA BORLENGHI 

South Weymouth 

Carla . . . soon to become a nurse ... an 
enthusiastic football fan . . . friendly and 
understanding. 

Honors 10; Future Nurses' Club 11,12; 
Class Motto Committee 11; Sophomore 
Nominating Committee 1 0; Sophomore 
Party 10; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; 
Football Assembly 12. 



EDWARD BOUCHER 

South Weymouth 

"Ed" . . . capable and intelligent ... a 

future printer . . . can be found at Co- 
lumbian Square. 

Student Government 12; Student Council 
11,12; Merit Award 11; High Honors 11; 
Honors 10; Yearbook Staff 12; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12; Junior Usher 
11; Open House 10,11,12. 



ALVA BOWMAN 

Weymouth 

"Al" . . . quiet but friendly . . . Johnny 
Mathis, basketball, and turkey are her favor- 
ites . . . dislikes noisy people, cold pizza 
and English Literature ... a future I.B.M. 
operator. 

Mr. Jack's Secretary 12. 



RONALD BRACKETT 

East Weymouth 

"Ron" ... a great personality . . . pastime 
is baseball . . . soon studying to be a 
dentist. 

Baseball 10,11,12; Football 10,11.12; 
Hockey Manager 10, 11, 12; Student 
Marshal 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; 
Juniur -Senior Assembly 11; Junior Party 
11; Senior Party 12; Morning Devotions 
11, 12. 



PHYLLIS BRIGGS 

East Weymouth 

"Phyl" ... a well-dressed girl with vi- 
brant personality . . . plans a secretarial 
career . . . her pet peeve is waiting. 

Who's Who Committee 12; Spanish Club 
12; Home Room Messenger 10; Hyvoc 
Gazette 10; Basketball 10; Badminton 10; 
Volleyball 10. 



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SHARON BROWN 

North Weymouth 

"Sherry" ... a miss who is certain to suc- 
ceed . . . enthusiastic . . . quiet and de- 
pendable ... a good worker ... a future 
beautician. 

Honors 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
(100) 12; Secretary to Mr. Nelson 12. 



JEFFREY BRUCE 

North Weymouth 

"Jeff" . . . tall with a good personality 
. . . this ambitious Harvard hopeful is plan- 
ning on a career in law. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Student Mar- 
shal 10,14,12; Math Club 10; Key Club 
10; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Junior 
Party 11; Spring Track 12; Winter Track 
12; Cross Country 11,12. 



EDWARD BURKE 

East Weymouth 

"Eddie" . . . usually seen minding his own 
business . . . his favorites are Joan Craw- 
ford, hockey, ice cream and History . . . 
dislikes liver. Biology, and homework . . . 
an avid history student ... a future college 
man. 

A.V. Club 12. 



LAURA BURRELL 

East Weymouth 

Laura . . . future secretary . . . quiet and 
helpful ... an avid Maroon fan . . . likes 
cooking, "American Bandstand", and Span- 
ish .. . pet peeve is boring telephone con- 
versationalists. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Spanish 
Club, Treasurer 12; Home Room Messen- 
ger 11; A.V. Club 10; Badminton 10. 



IRENE BUSH 

South Weymouth 

"Reenie" . . . future teacher . . . full of 
pep and fun . . . "sparky" cheerleader . . . 
busy school citizen. 

Student Council Secretary 10,11,12; Future 
Teachers' Club 10,12; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating Committee 10; Yearbook Staff 11; 
Football Assembly 11,12; Senior Party 12; 
Student Marshal 12. 



RICHARD CAMERON 

South Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . someone the vocational school 
boys are proud to know ... a future auto- 
matic transmission mechanic. 

Class President 12; Student Government 
Chairman 12; Student Council 10,11,12; 
Honors 10,11; Three Merit Awards 11,12; 
Junior Usher 11; Open House 10,11; Jun- 
ior Nominating Committee 11. 




WILLIAM BROWN 

North Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . personality plus . . . tops with 
the girls . . . intelligent and active in school 
affairs. 

Student Council 10,11,12; Treasurer 12; 
Student Marshal 10,11,12; Cross Country 
10.12; Track 10; High Honors 10; Honors 
11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Math Club 
10,1 1; Dramatic Club 10. 



FLOYD BUDDEN 

South Weymouth 

"Dave" ... a whiz on the ice . . . hopes 
to be an electrical engineer . . . likes West- 
erns, sea food and sports cars . . . will 
surely go a long way. 

Hockey 10,11,12. 



NORMAN BURKE 

South Weymouth 

"Big Norm" . . . likes everyone . . . loves 
animals . . . will make a good veterinarian 
. . . Chinese food ranks high on his list 
. . . valuable manager of Track team. 

Assistant Manager of Spring Track 10; 
Lunch Room Assistant 10,1 1; Winter Track 
11. 



CAROL BURTON 

Weymouth 

"C" . . . the perfect housewife . . . doesn't 
care too much for homework . . . favorites 
are pizza, typing, Debbie Reynolds, and 
Jerry Lewis . . . television and dancing are 
her favorite pastimes. 



ANN BZDULA 

East Weymouth 

"Annie" ... a loyal and gay friend . . . 
frequently found eating Chinese food . . . 
soon to be a Data Processing Machine 
operator. 

Honors 11; Mr. Fisher's Secretary 11,12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 12; 
Head Cafeteria Cashier 10,11,12. 



LAWRENCE CARELLA 

North Weymouth 

"Larry" . . . favorite pastime is automobiles 
. . . wants to be a designer . . . likes trigo- 
nometry, ravioli, and TV Westerns . . . pet 
peeve is "busy" girls. 



Baseball 10,12; Basketball 10,11,12; 
dent Marshal 11,12. 



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CONSTANCE CARINO 

East Weymouth 

"Connie" . . . ambition is Fisher Junior 
College . . . likes dancing, swimming and 
bowling . . . "neat" dresser. 

Honors 10,11; Senior Nominating Com- 
mittee 12; Christmas Door Decorations 11; 
Farewell Assembly 11; Spanish Club 12; 
Library Club 10,11; Reflector Advertising 
Staff 11; Chorus 10. 



DAVID CARLSON 

East Weymouth 

"Dave" ... a natural scientist . . . will be 
a successful physicist . . . works hard . . . 
takes pride and joy in his car . . . can be 
seen at most hockey and football games. 

Student Marshal 10,11,12; Hockey 11; 
Book Room Duty 10,11; Junior-Senior As- 
sembly 11; High Honors 10,11; Key Club 
12. 



NANCY CARTER 

Weymouth 

"Nan" . . . future as a private secretary 
. . . always neat and punctual. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Future Teachers' Club 12; 
Spanish Club 10; Badminton 11; Basketball 
10; Home Room Messenger 11; Senior 
Prom 12; Home Room Secretary 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate (60) 11; Mrs. 
Pileggi's Secretary 12. 





ROBERT CHANDLER 

Holbrook 

"Chuck" . . . big, strong and well-liked 
. . . likes rare steaks . . . favorite pastime is 
tinkering around cars . . . future as an auto- 
mobile mechanic. 

Lunch Room Duty 10,11,12. 



PRISCILLA CHICK 

Weymouth 

"Chick" . . . future teacher . . . enjoys 
working . . . likes traveling, skating and 
convertibles . . . she's quite an actress. 

Future Teachers' Club 10,11; Treasurer 12; 
Hyi'oc Gazette Circulation Staff 10; Cafe- 
teria Worker 10; Senior Banquet Commit- 
tee 12; Basketball 10; Home Room Mes- 
senger 12. 



ROBERT CHISHOLM 

North Quincy 

"Boh" 



CYNTHIA CARLSON 

East Weymouth 

"Cindy" . . . future Medical Technologist 
. . . piano, tennis, and swimming are her 
favorite pastimes . . . quite artistic. 

Reflector Art Staff 12; Reflector Advertis- 
ing Staff 11; Library Club 11, Treasurer 
10; Spanish Club 11,12; Honors 10,11; 
Class Dues Collector 12; State Music Festi- 
val 10; Senior Party 12. 



MADELINE CARRIERO 

Weymouth 

"Maddy" . . . future secretary ... ice skat- 
ing is her favorite pastime . . . dislikes com- 
mercials ... is always ready to help her 
friends. 

Reflector Advertising Staff 11; F.B.L.A. 
10,11,12; Fashion Show 10; Future Teach- 
ers' Club 12; Future Nurses' Club 1 1; Soft- 
ball 10; Volleyball 11. 



WILLIAM CAULFIELD 

Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . ambition is to be a good teacher 
. . . likes westerns, Mr. Kearns, and sports 
. . . rather carefree and lucky . . . never 
has a frown. 

Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Thanksgiving 
Game Usher 12. 



ROY CHARRON 

North Weymouth 

Roy . . . college is his immediate goal . . . 
water skiing keeps his summers busy . . . 
don't offer him any Chinese food . . . Rock 
and Roll is the only music for him . . . 
probably can be found at Boston University 
next year. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12. 



NANCY CHIPMAN 

South Weymouth 

Nancy . . . Art School is her goal . . . 
loves to sketch . . . pizza, parties, television 
are favorires with her . . . don't give her 
any spinach or liver . . . homework doesn't 
agree with her. 

Fashion Show 10,1 1. 



CATHLEEN CICCHESE 

East Weymouth 



. our future printer . . . dis- "Cathy" . . . happy-go-lucky . . . will 

likes silly and conceited girls . . . likes make a good hairdresser. . . . loves sports 

parties and food but dosen't like home- and cars • • • can be seen at Howies on 

work. week ends. 

Student Council 10,11; Student Govern- 
ment 10,11; Honors 10,11; Merit Award 
10; Office Helper 11. 



that spirit cannot die! 



GERALDINE CICCHESE 

East Weymouth 

"Gerry" . . . wants to be a secretary . . . 
loves dancing . . . laughs at every joke 
. . . artists are her pet peeve. 

Home Room Messenger 1 1 ; Home Room 
Secretary 12; Class Motto 11,12; Honors 
10, Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 12. 



VIRGINIA CLARK 

East Weymouth 

"Ginny" ... to be a movie actress is her 
goal . . . "life of the party" . . . always 
smiling ... a conscientious worker . . . 
everyone is her friend. 

Scituate High School 10,11; Gregg OAT 
Certificate 10; Sciluation and Chimes Typist 
10,11; Fashion Show Commentator 11; 
Miss Oaks's Secretary 12. 



CYNTHIA CLIFFORD 

South Weymouth 

"Cindy" ... a loquacious gal . . . cute 
and peppy . . . dancing is fun for her . . . 
soon to be a secretary . . . likes westerns, 
office practice, and Miss Norris . . . Quincy 
seems to attract her. 

North Quincy High School 10; Dance 
Committee 10,11; Fashion Show 11. 



RICHARD COAKLEY 

East Weymouth 

"Dick" ... an automobile enthusiast . . . 
will make a good machinist . . . likes to 
play jokes on people . . . eats lunch in 
style at home. 



JOANNE CLARK 

North Weymouth 

"Jo" ... a future teacher . . . takes pride 
in her radiant hair . . . likes to have fun 
. . . quiet and reserved but always there 
when you need help. 

Future Teachers' Club 10,11,12; Spanish 
Club 11,12; Home Room Messenger 11; 
Senior Class Banquet 12; Honors 11. 



ROBERT CLAUSS 

Quincy 

"Bob" . . . good looking 
bring pigeons to school . . 
conservation of wild life . 
enjoys his company. 



. . loves to 
interested in 
. everybody 



F.F.A. 10,11,12. 



CAROL COADY 

Weymouth 

Carol . . . wants to teach ... a hard 
worker and loyal friend . . . plans to attend 
Bridgewater State Teachers' College. 

Honors 10,11; Future Teachers' Club 10, 
11,12; Future Teachers' Club Program 
Chairman 12; Spanish Club 11,12; Lunch 
Room Cashier 10,11,12; Basketball 10; 
Volleyball 10. 



CAROLYN COLE 

South Weymouth 

"Carol" . . . carefree ... a capable work- 
er .. . always planning something . . . 
likes Oldsmobiles and dancing . . . takes 
kidding happily ... a future secretary. 

Typewriting Certificate (78) 11; Honors 
10; Gregg Transcription Certificate (100) 
11; Mr. Kelly's Secretary 11,12. 





ALBERT COLARUSSO 

North Weymouth 

"Albie" . . . baseball is his sport . . . col- 
lege will determine his undecided future 
. . . enjoys watching wrestling matches . . . 
sure to succeed because of his willingness 
to help. 

Baseball 10,11,12; Basketball 10. 



CAROLYN COLLINS 

North Weymouth 

"Carol" . . . soon to be a fine hairdresser 
. . . writing letters is her pastime . . . 
pizza and fried chicken ate delicious . . . 
conceited boys are her pet peeve. 

Typewriting Certificate (57) 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate (80) 12; Miss 
Norris' Secretary 12; F.B.L.A. 12. 



THOMAS CONNELLY 

East Weymouth 

"Tom" ... a hockey fan . . . water skiing 
makes his summers fly ... a neat dresser 
. . . Boston University is his goal. 

Home Room Messenger 1 1 . 




JUDITH CONNOLLY 

East Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . neat and fashionable . . . wants 
to be an airline hostess . . . pet peeve is 
grouchy people . . . likes to relax . . . her 
pastime is dancing. 

Chorus 10,11; Basketball 10; Fashion Show 
10; Assistant to Mr. Drake 11; School 
Stationery Committee 12. 



"Pro patria," we hear him say, 



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BARBARA CRAFFEY 

East Weymouth 

Barbara ... a sincere but frank person . . . 
dependable . . . works hard at "Richard's 
Drive-In" ... has all qualities necessary to 
be a supervisor . . . quite a seamstress . 

Miss Benson's Secretary 11,12; Who's Who 
12; Fashion Show 10,11; Assistant to Mrs. 
Masters 10. 



DIAN CROCKER 

Weymouth 

Dian . . . hard working and dependable 
. . . perfection is her standard ... a teach- 
er to be. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; Reflector 
Editor-in-chief 12; Reflector Literary Staff 
11; Hyvoc Gazette 10; Future Teachers' 
Club 10,11,12; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 11. 



DANIEL CULLEN 

East Weymouth 

"Dan" . . . enjoys playing football . 
Sticks to his work 'till it's done . . . fair 
haired and husky . . . never dwells in idle 
talk. 

Football 10,11.12; A.V. Club 10,11,12. 



THOMAS CONNORS 

East Weymouth 

"Joe" . . . wants to become a good carpen- 
ter .. . spends most of his time participat- 
ing in various sports . . . lingers in high 
school corridors . . . likes food, girls, and 
live parties. 

Open House Guide 1 1 ; Junior Class Treas- 
A.V. Club 12. 



SANDRA CORNER 

South Weymouth 

"Sandy" ... a radiant redhead . . . always 
cheerful . . . can be seen waiting for a ship 
. . . wants to work in an office . . . likes 
to have fun. 

Rockland High School 10; Home Room 
Messenger 10. 



MARSHA COSTA 

North Weymouth 

Marsha ... a talkative, witty gal . . . en- 
joys life . . . loves to eat . . . bound to be 
an enjoyable addition to the secretarial pro- 
fession. 

Typewriting Certificate (57) 11; Junior 
Nominating Committee 1 1 ; Sophomore 
Party Decoration Committee 10; Badminton 
10; Basketball 10. 



JAMES CONWAY 

East Weymouth 

"Farmer" ... an automobile enthusiast 
. . . soon to be a fine mechanic . . . don't 
underestimate his abilities . . . physics is 
his favorite subject . . . says, "You just 
better believe it!" 

Honors 1 1 . 



ROBERT COSGROVE 

Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . quiet and conscientious . . . 
always smiling . . . neat and handsome . . . 
enoys all sports . . . Chinese food is not 
to his liking . . . wants to be an accountant. 




ROBERT COYMAN 

South Braintree 

"Junior" ... a lad with an endless supply 
of cars . . . likes pizza and submarine 
sandwiches . . . favorite expression, "Are 
you going to marry the job?" . . . his pas- 
time is hard work . . . future as an auto 
mechanic. 

Lunch Room Duty 11,12. 



DAVID CROCKER 



Weymouth 



sports, especially 
. . likes everyone 



"Dave" . . . enjoys all 
track ... a neat dresser . 
... a good teacher. 



Key Club President 12; Honors 10; Re- 
flector Boys' Sports Editor 12; Junior-Sen- 
ior Assembly 11; Cross Country 10,11,12; 
Spring Track 10,11,12; Winter Track 10, 
11,12; Senior Prom 12. 



DIANE CROWDER 

East Weymouth 

Diane . . . quiet, neat and conscientious 
... a loyal Weymouth fan . . . has time 
for all her friends . . . will be a dependable 
office worker. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Badminton 11. 



GERALDINE CULLEN 

East Weymouth 

"Jody" . . . friendly and always laughing 
. . . forever doing shorthand ... a constant 
chatterer . . . likes popular music and 
Perry Como . . . enjoys ice-skating . . . 
soon to be an executive secretary. 

Secretary to Mrs. Cote 12; Gregg Short- 
hand Certificate (80) 12. 



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JAMES CUNNIFF 

East Weymouth 

"Jim" ... a witty sort . . . has curly 
hair . . . enjoys collecting guns . . . wants 
to be a Marine . . . has kept Weymouth 
High's books in order for three faithful 
years . . . likes a good time. 

Book Room Duty 10,11,12. 



JOSEPH CURRO 

East Weymouth 

"Joe" . . . every girl's desire . . . hand- 
some, intelligent and quiet ... a hockey 
enthusiast ... a future dentist. 

High Honors 10,11; Key Club 12; Student 
Marshal 12; Hockey Manager 10,11; Jun- 
ior-Senior Assembly 11; Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee 12; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 11. 



DONALD D'ALLESSANDRO 

East Weymouth 

"Don" ... a music lover ... a smooth 
and clever dancer . . . hopes to be an inte- 
rior decorator. 




WILLIAM CURRAN 

North Weymouth 

"Bill" ... a future carpenter . . . pet 
peeve is the afternoon session . . . favorite 
pastime is eating . . . likes girls, cars, Mr. 
Carlson, shop, and English . . . dislikes 
math . . . sure to be a success. 



EDWIN DAHL 

Abington 

"Eddie" . . . quiet and busy . . . enjoys 
hunting . . . likes the simple joys in life 
. . . sure to do well in agriculture ... a 
valuable citizen of Weymouth High. 

F.F.A. 11,12. 



CAROL DALRYMPLE 

East Weymouth 

Carol . . . quiet and friendly ... a bowl- 
ing enthusiast . . . she will win her way as 
a secretary with her determination. 

Gregg Shorthand Certificate (60) 11; Miss 
White's Secretary 12. 



LEAH DALTON 

South Weymouth 

"Lee" . . . petite and perky . . . loves to 
have fun . . . wants to be a hairdresser . . . 
plans to go to Wilfred Academy. 

Badminton 10; Softball 10; Tennis 10; 
Honors 10; F.B.L.A. 11. 



NANCY DAME 

Weymouth 

"Nan" ... a petite girl with determination 
. . . hopes to be a biologist. 

Reflector Art Staff 12; A.V. Club 10; Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 12; Field Hockey 10,11 
Student Marshal 12; Badminton 10,11,12 
Baseball 10; Honors 10; Volleyball 10 
Junior Party 11; Lunch Room Assistant 10 



JOHN D ANGELO 

North Weymouth 

John ... a good athlete ... a future 
atomic engineer . . . can often be found 
dancing with a member of the opposite sex 
. . . hopes to attend Massachusetts Maritime 
Academy. 

Football 10,11,12; Spring Track 10,11; 
Winter Track 10. 



ROBERT DALY 

Weymouth Heights 

"Dippy" ... a quiet fellow who gets things 
done . . . his favorite pastime is tinkering 
with motorcycles ... his pet peeve, home- 
work . . . future as an auto mechanic. 



KEVIN DANEHY 

South Weymouth 

Kevin . . . polite and lots of fun . . . likes 
Johnny Mathis, math and basketball . . . 
hopes to study electrical engineering at the 
University of Massachusetts. 

Honors 10,11; Math Club 11; A.V. Club 
10; Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 



ROBERT DANIELE 

East Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . tall, dark, and handsome . . . 
an outstanding basketball player . . . for- 
ever joking ... he will be a success in 
whatever he does. 

Basketball 10,11,12; Football 10; Student 
Marshal 12; Senior Party 12; Honor Roll 
10,11. 




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THOMAS DANIELE 

East Weymouth 

"Tom" . . . likes all sports and Mr. Steele 
. . . the makings of a successful engineer. 

Honors 10,11; Hockey 10.11.12; Senior 

Prom 12; Math Club 10,11; Camera Club 

12; A.V. Club 11; Football 10,11; Key 
Club 12. 



GERALD DARRELL 

Weymouth 

"Gerry" ... a future machine accountant 
. . . likes music, Rock and Roll and hot 
rods . . . plays baseball and enjoys watch- 
ing other games. 

Baseball 10. 



CHERYL DeMEULE 

South Weymouth 

"Sherry" . . . capable and dependable . . . 
a Rainbow Girl . . . ambition is to become 



Senior Nominating 12; Juniot Nominating 
11; Refletlor Secretary 12; Reflaor Adver- 
tising 12; F.B.L.A. 11; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate (80) 12; Dramatic Club 10; 
Home Room Mesenger 10. 




CAROLE DePESA 

North Weymouth 

Carole . . . chosen career, secretary . . . 
likes to dance, listen to radio, and bowl, but 
she doesn't think much of ham or "hams" 
... is quite an athlete. 

Basketball 10,12; Lunch Room Helper 10; 
Softball 10; Who's Who 12. 



DELORES DeVITO 

East Weymouth 

"Dee" . . . enjoys sports . . . likes bowling 
and TV Westerns . . . we're sure that 
"Dee" will go far in her chosen vocation. 

Senior Play Usherette 12; Badminton 10; 
Volleyball 10,11; Softball 10; Typewriting 
Certificate (55) 11; Lunch Room Helper 
10; Basketball 10. 



GEORGE DEWING 

Weymouth 

George . . . enjoys the independence that 
comes when one first starts working for 
money . . . likes seeing a Red Sox game 
. . . wants to be a printer. 

Honors 10,11; Student Government 12; 
Student Council 12; Open House 10,11. 



MARIE DARCY 

East Weymouth 

Marie . . . always laughing ... a future 
airline stewardess . . . likes all kinds of 
music, Johnny Mathis and pizza . . . enjoys 
bowling and fashions. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Junior Party 
Committee 1 1 ; Fashion Show 1 1. 



RUTH DAVIDSON 

Weymouth 

"Ruthie" . . . has ability to keep everyone 
laughing ... a future medical technician. 

Honors 10; Class Motto 11,12; Class Dues 
Collector 11,12; Class Banquet 12; Corre- 
sponding Secretary to Reflector 12; Year- 
book Home Room Representative 12; Jun- 
ior-Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Home Room Mes- 
senger 10; Volleyball 10; Badminton 10. 



FREDA DENOVAN 

East Weymouth 

"Fee Fee" ... a sparkling Scot . . . will 
make an inspirational teacher upon gradua- 
tion from Bridgewater State Teachers' Col- 
lege. 

Graduation Dance Committee 12; Future 
Teachers' Club 10,11,12; Spanish Club 11, 
12; Home Room Messenger 12; Basketball 
10; Softball 10,11; Badminton 10; Volley- 
ball 10. 



JOHN DePLACIDO 

East Weymouth 

"Pres" . . . one of Weymouth's best foot- 
ball players . . . good track man, too . . . 
likes pizza, sports cars, Dakota Staten . . . 
watches M-Squad and the fights on TV. 

Football 10,11,12; Winter Track 10; 
Spring Track 10,11; Rotary Guest; Student 
Marshal 12. 



DIANE DeVITO 

East Weymouth 

"Dig" ... a future secretary ... is good 
at sports . . . likes English and should do 
well in her chosen work. 

Graduation Dance 12; Badminton 10; Vol- 
leyball 10,11; Softball 10; Chorus 10; 
Spanish Club 10; Christmas Assembly 10; 
Basketball 10. 



DANIEL DlBONA 

North Weymouth 

"Danny" . . . spends most of his time play- 
ing sports or complaining about drivers that 
drive in the middle of two lanes . . . plans 
to be a carpenter. 

Student Council 11; 
House 11,12. 



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IRENE DiFELICE 

South Weymouth 

"Teenie" . . . popular and very capable 
. . . plans a future as a dress designer. 

Student Marshal 11,12; Senior Nominating 
Committee 12; Copy Editor for Yearbook 
12; F.B.L.A. 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
1 1 ; Assistant Secretary to Band 1 1 ; Decora- 
tions for Victory Dance, Junior Party 11; 
Fire Marshal 11,12. 



MARILYN DIONNE 

South Weymouth 

"Lyn" . . . sweet and gay . . . has tremen- 
dous energy . . . soon off to Burdett College. 

Hyvoc Gazette 10; F.B.L.A. 10,11; Dance 
Decoration 10,11,12; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate (60) 11; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate (55) 11; Miss Gilmore's Secretary 12; 
Graduation Dance Committee 12; Home 
Room Messenger 1 1 . 



BARBARA DONAHUE 

North Weymouth 

"Barbie" ... a future secretary . . . likes 
to listen to records . . . carefree and happy 
. . . anybody need a good secretary? 

Senior Party 12; Reflector 10; Cafeteria 10; 
Typewriting Certificate (68) 11. 



MICHAEL DlLORENZO 

South Weymouth 



RONALD DONWAY 

Weymouth 

"Ron" . . . future linotypist . . . likes Rock 
and Roll, hunting, Mr. Dempsey, and pizza 
. . . dislikes English, but enjoys Problems 
of Democracy. 



JUSTIN DOWLING 

East Weymouth 

"Jus" ... a real tall fellow and a nice 
personality . . . likes Sinatra, basketball, 
football, and Spanish . . . plans a future in 
the Armed Services. 



MICHAEL DUNNING 

Weymouth 

"Mike" . . . ambition is in finance . . . 
likes sports ... an intellectual boy who 
will be successful. 

Baseball 10,11; Basketball 10; Football 10. 
11; Honors 10,11; Junior Usher 11; Foot- 
ball Assembly 11; Memorial Assembly 11. 



"Mike" ... an athlete . 
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Football 11.12; Sprint; Track 11,12; Bas- 
ketball 10; Honors 10; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating Committee 10; Class Banquet 12; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10. 



MARGARET DOHERTY 

Weymouth 

"Peggy" ... a likeable girl . . . always has 
a friendly word for everybody . . . sure to 
make a succesful secretary. 

Miss Flaherty's Secretary 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11; Typewriting 
Certificate (56) 11; Lunch Room Helper 
10. 



PAUL DONAHUE 

North Weymouth 

"Porky" . . . likes Rock and Roll music, 
and the movies ... a good car mechanic 
. . . one of the Draggin' Angels, in fact, 
President! He is a real hot rodder! 





ROBERT DOUGLAS 

North Weymouth 

"Bob" ... a friendly carrot top . . . future 
detective for the F.B.I. . . . often seen at 
the Skating Rink . . . fine hockey player 
. . . success at Northeastern College! 

Football 10; Hockey 11,12. 



DAVID DRINKWATER 

South Weymouth 

"Dink" . . . happy and friendly . . . plan- 
ning on aviation as a career . . . preparing 
for Northeastern College. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Junior Party 
Decorations 1 1 . 



PAUL DuVERGER 

East Weymouth 

Paul ... to be an accountant . . . likes 

music, TV Westerns, all sports, and Miss 

Hill . . . sells toys in Jordan Marsh . . . 
will make a fine businessman. 



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JEAN ETTRIDGE 

North Weymouth 

"Peanuts" . . . sm;ll in size and voice, but 
big in heart . . . wants to be an entertainer. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Secretary to Mr. Raymond 11; Secretary to 
Mr. Nelson and Mr. Burgess 12; Thanks- 
giving Assembly 10; Badminton 10,11; Bas- 
ketball 10,11; Volleyball 10; Baseball 10. 



ROBERT FAGHAN 

East Weymouth 

"Bob" ... a future sheet metal worker 
. . . likes weight lifting and playing pool 
. . . always has a good word for everyone. 

Student Council 12; Open House 11,12; 
Student Marshal 12; Merit Award 10. 



JOHN FAUBERT 

East Weymouth 

John ... a future commercial artist . . . 
likes baseball and custom cars . . . can be 
found bowling . . . dislikes afternoon ses- 
sion or dull movies. 

Open House 11,12; Student Council 10,11; 
Student Marshal 10,11,12. 



MARIE DWYER 

East Weymouth 

Marie ... a pert gal who loves to skate 
. . . when sewing believes "a stitch in time 
saves nine" ... a future hairdresser. 

Chorus 10; Basketball 10,11; Spanish Club 
10; Badminton 10,11; Volleyball 10,11; 
Softball 10,11; Christmas Assembly 10,11. 



NANCY EDMONSON 

East Weymouth 

"Nan" ... a fine athlete . . . likes sing- 
ing, ice skating, Mr. Kelly, and English 
. . . pet peeve is homework. 

Chorus 10; Basketball 10,11; Softball 10, 
11; Volleyball 10,11; Badminton 10.11; 
Christmas Assembly 10; Spanish Club 10. 



HARRY ELSTOB 

East Weymouth 

Harry . . . has the personality that would 
make a good salesman . . . likes records and 
can be found in the Book Room checking 
and finding all lost books. 

Book Room 10,11,12; Chorus 10. 




WILLIAM EARL 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" ... a good draftsman . . . likes to 
go swimming or skiing depending on the 
season . . . dislikes spaghetti and slow 
drivers. 

Student Council 11.12; Open House 10; 
Honors 1 1 . 



JUDITH ELMS 

Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . "Believe in God and God will 
believe in you" . . . preparing through 
crusades to be a Christian educator . . . her 
spirit gives her great beauty. 

Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Spanish Club 
11,12; Future Teachers' Club 11,12; Future- 
Nurses' Club 10; Cafeteria 10. 



MARLIN EMSLIE 

South Weymouth 

Marlin . . . likes horses . . . would like to 
train and raise them some day . . . never 
seen without a smile . . . friendly and 
bound to be successful . . . likes Frankie 
Avalon, Rock and Roll, and steak. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Miss Toomey's Secretary 11,12. 



ANTHONY FACELLA 

South Weymouth 

"Tony" . . . easy going . . . can make an 
old jalopy look like the latest Detroit model 
with his spray gun . . . future in the auto 
repair field. 



LAWRAINE FALL 

South Weymouth 

Lawraine . . . always smiling and gay . . . 
plans to be a medical secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11; F.B.L.A. Vice President 12; 
Reflector Staff, Junior Representative 11; 
Future Nurses' Club 10; Mr. Longridge's 
Secretary 12; World Affairs Committee 11; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11. 



ANNE FAUSTINI 

South Weymouth 

Anne . . . always gay . . . congenial . . . 
likes to eat fish and chips . . . often found 
bowling . . . full of energy . . . commercial 
art is her goal. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Miss Toomey's Secretary 12; Fashion Show 
10; Softball 10,11; Basketball 10,11; Bad- 
minton 10,11. 



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DIANE FAY 

North Weymouth 

Diane . . . has a nice voice . . . likes popu- 
lar music and TV comedies . . . seen ice 
skating and roller skating in her spare time 
. . . Biology is her pet peeve. 

Chorus 10,11,12; Badminton 10; Field 
Hockey 10; Volleyball 10. 



STEPHEN FIRLOTTE 

East Weymouth 

"Steve" ... a future printer . . . likes to 
work around his home . . . pet peeves are 
school and getting up early. 



JAMES FITZGERALD 

Weymouth 

"Fib" ... a future pilot ... a good sports- 
man ... a friend to everyone and an added 
attraction to football. 

Football 10,11,12; Winter Track 10,11,12; 
Spring Track 10,11,12; Student Marshal 
12; Junior Party 10; Football Assemblies 
10,11,12; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Win- 
ter Concert 10. 



JOHN FLOYD 

South Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . plans to be an electrical engi- 
neer . . . likes fried chicken, "trig", and 
Mr. Burgess . . . hopes to go to University 
of Massachusetts . . . good luck, Jack! 




ROBERT FRAZIER 

Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . likes TV Westerns and Italian 
food . . . belongs to a hot rod club ... if 
you see a boy with a maroon jacket and the 
Dragin' Angels on the back, it'll be Bob. 



STEPHEN FRENCH 

South Weymouth 

"Steve" . . . intelligent and friendly . . . 
aims to become a test pilot . . . hopes to 
attend Northeastern University . . . likes 
chicken, track, Little Richard, and drawing 
. . . pet peeve is English movies on TV. 

Honors 10,11; Spring Track 11,12. 



DONALD FRANK 

South Weymouth 

"Don" . . . carefree and one who likes to 
joke . . . "Oh, if I could only rest." . . . 
an all around sportsman . . . already gives 
a good haircut ... a future barber. 

Football 10,11,12; Track 10,11; Talent 
Assembly 10; Football Assembly 10,11,12. 



JOANNE FREEMAN 

North Weymouth 

"Josie" . . . congenial and popular . . . 
likes sports . . . pet peeve is "grinds" . . . 
helps out at Hearn's Drug Store . . . look- 
ing towards Nursing as a career. 

Future Nurses' Club 10,12; Spanish Club 
11,12; Lunch Room Helper 10; Badmin- 
ton 10. 



DEAN GALBRAITH 

East Weymouth 

Dean . . . bookkeeper . . . likes television 
. . . already beginning to keep his accounts 
in order ... a pleasing personality . . . 
bound to be successful. 



ROBERT FERNALD 

South Weymouth 

"Bob" ... a scientist . . . wants to be a 
civil engineer ... an intelligent student 
. . . likes fried clams, Sophia Loren and the 
Calso television ads . . . pet peeve is home- 
work . . . going to Northeastern University. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11. 



WALTER FITTS 

Abington 

"Junior" . . . down to earth . . . likes 
the Nelson Family on TV, steak, football, 
Mr. Nelson, and agriculture . . . pet peeve 
is homework . . . working hard to become 
a dairy farmer. 



F.F.A. 10.11,12. 



BRADBURY FLETCHER 

East Weymouth 

"Brad" . . . ambition to join the Air Force 
. . . pastime is reading . . . likes fried 
chicken, baseball, Chester on Gunsmoke, 
and Rock and Roll music . . . pet peeve is 
people who smoke CP. 's . . . quiet and 
friendly . . . he'll make a fine officer some 
day. 



Lunch Room Helper 10. 




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FREDERICK GALLAGHER 

South Weymouth 

"Rick" . . . wants to be an estimator for 
a large construction company . . . enjoys 
working on cars . . . dislikes homework 
and women drivers. 

Honors 10,11; Student Marshal 10,11,12. 



JUDITH GANNON 

South Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . she hopes soon to be a secre- 
tary . . . full of fun . . . personality plus 
. . . likes bowling . . . usually seen rushing 
off to help Mr. Dwyer. 

Typewriting Certificate (57) 11; Assistant 
Home Room Treasurer 12; Secretary 12. 



JOAN GERBRANDS 

South Weymouth 

"Chubby" . . . future hairdresser . . . never 
quiet . . . always laughing ... an enthu- 
siastic football rooter . . . likes the movies. 

Class Dues Collector 12; Lunch Room 
Helper 10; Fashion Show 10; Softball 10. 




ROBERT GALLAGHER 

South Weymouth 

"Bob" ... is a nice, quiet boy . . . enjoys 
sports, pizza, and cars . . . takes the college 
course, but is undecided whether or not to 
further his education . . . would like to be 
a millionaire. 



EDITH GAUVIN 

East Weymouth 

"Edie" . . . wants to be a medical secretary 
. . . humorous . . . particularly enjoys roller 
skating. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Fashion Show 10; Attendance Slips 12; 
Softball 10. 



JOSEPH GERMAIN 

Weymouth 

Joseph . . . quiet and friendly . . . soon 
to be seen at the U. S. Coast Guard Acad- 
emy . . . enjoys studying about navigation 
. . . "Ships Ahoy!" 



OBEDIAH GIBSON 

East Weymouth 

"Obe" . . . enjoys sports ... on the grid- 
iron he's a whiz . . . popular leader . . . 
businessman. 

Chairman of Junior Nominating Committee 
11; Class Vice-President 12; Football 10, 
11,12. 



NATALIE GLIDDEN 

Weymouth 

"Nat" . . . one of our future teachers . . . 
quiet and reserved . . . enjoys keeping "up 
to date" . . . she's sure to succeed. 

High Honors 10,11; Future Teachers' Club 
10,12; Spanish Club 11; Physics Lab As- 
sistant 12; Home Room Treasurer 11; 
Mathematics Club 10; Reflector Staff 12; 
Door Decorating 10. 



EDWARD GORMAN 

Weymouth 

"Eddie" . . . favorites are lobster, 
cars, teachers who pass everyone . . 
and hard working . . . soon to be 
police officer. 

Football 10. 



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LINDA GILES 

East Weymouth 

"Loui" . . . always ready for fun . . . good 
natured . . . enjoys watching pro football 
games ... a future psychologist. 

Softball 10; Basketball 10; Spanish Club 
11,12; Home Room Messenger 12. 



CLAIRE GOLDTHWAITE 

Weymouth 

"Chick" . . . future mathematician . . . 
good natured . . . capable, intelligent . . . 
can be found working on the Yearbook in 
116. 

High Honors 10,11; Yearbook Editor-in- 
Chief 12; Yearbook Junior Staff 11; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12; Monday Club 
Honorary Member 12; Junior-Senior As- 
sembly 11; Mathematics Club 11. 



JOHN GOUGH 

Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . good natured ... an excep- 
tional bowler . . . forever on the go . . . 
plans to be a mechanic. 



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DANA GOULD 

Weymouth 

Dana . . . enjoys playing records . . . quiet 
but friendly . . . dependable. 

Cross Country 10,11,12; Senior Nominat- 
ing Committee 12; Class Motto 12; Spring 
Track 11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; 
Honors 11. 



MAUREEN GRAHAM 

South Weymouth 

"Reenie" . . . friendly . . . dependable . . . 
to her a book is a closed subject . . . usually 
seen going into room 225 . . . looks for- 
ward to becoming a hairdresser. 

Mr. Donovan's Secretary 12; Intramurals 
10. 



REBECCA GRANT 

North Weymouth 

"Becky" ... a future hairdresser . . . pop- 
ular ... a friend to everyone . . . she's 
right there when Mr. Carpenter calls. 

Mr. Carpenter's Secretary 12; Student Mar- 
shal 12; Basketball 10,11; Badminton 10, 
11; Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 
12. 



ROBERT GREENHALGH 

Weymouth 

"Bob" ... a handsome fellow . . . has a 
pleasing personality . . . enjoys all sports 
. . . future as a baseball player . 

Football 10; Basketball 10; Hockey 11,12; 
Baseball 11,12. 



LAWRENCE GRIFFIN 

East Weymouth 

"Griff" . . . popular and gay ... a future 
sheet metal worker or air conditioning en- 
gineer ... his pastime is spent on sports. 

Class Secretary 12; Open House 11,12; 
Class Treasurer 12; Student Marshal 10,11. 
12; Student Government 11,12; Student 
Council 10,11,12. 



EDMUND GRISPI 

Weymouth 

"Eddie" ... a future accountant . . . 
enjoys sports . . . popular and friendly . . . 
pastime is playing the drums and teasing 
teachers. 

Football 10,11; Baseball 10.12; Junior 
Party Committee 1 1; Football Assembly 1 1 ; 
Talent Show Assembly 11; Morning Exer- 
cises 1 1 ; Easter Assembly 1 1 . 



DENIS GRADY 

North Weymouth 

"Denny" . . . wonderful personality and 
good looking ... a great sports lover . . . 
he's one of Coach Fisher's boys . . . future 
as an electrical contractor. 

Football 10,11,12; Winter Track 10; 
Spring Track 10; A.V. Club 10. 



MARY ELLEN GRANT 

North Weymouth 

Mary Ellen . . . college bound . . . dislikes 
conceited people . . . likes listening to the 
phonograph . . . wins friends easily. 

Honors 10,11; Student Marshal 11,12; Sub- 
Cheerleader 11; Spanish Club 11; Spanish 
Club Vice-President 12; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 1 1 ; Reflector Literary 
Staff 11; Mathematics Club 10,11. 



ALBERT GRAY 

East Weymouth 

"Bert" ... a future shop teacher . . . 
capable and industrious . . . dislikes home- 
work. 

Honors 10,11; Spring Track 10,11; Win- 
ter Track 10,11; Class Banquet 12; Class 
Motto 1 1 ; Student Government 1 1 ; Open 
House 10,11,12; Student Marshal 11,12. 







JAMES GRIDLEY 

South Weymouth 

"Jim" . . . enjoys all sports . . . strangers 
may think him quiet, but his friends know 
differently . . . looking forward to a career 
in the insurance field. 



WALTER GRIFFIN 

East Weymouth 

Walter . . . wants to be a commercial art- 
ist .. . usually seen drawing pictures all 
over his notebooks ... to him, friends 
come naturally. 

Graduation Clothing Committee 12. 



EDWIN GRONBERG 

South Weymouth 

"Grundy" ... a future printer . . . likes 
cars, especially '48 Chevies, and hunting. 



Open House 10,11,12. 



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KENNETH HANSON 

North Weymouth 

"Ken" . . . "Still Waters Run Deep" . . . 
enjoys watching and playing all sports, par- 
ticularly football . . . wishes to be a truck 
driver. 

Lab Assistant 12. 



MARJORIE HARDING 

East Weymouth 

"Margie" . . . dark and quiet . . . likes 
steak, dancing, ice and roller skating . . . 
wants to do secretarial work. 

Home Room Messenger 11,12; Fashion 
Show 10; Softball 11. 



EDWARD HARRINGTON 

South Weymouth 

"Ed" ... a flaming red-head ... a sin- 
cere student in the college course . . . en- 
joys working on cars, eating steak, and 
listening to Rock and Roll records. 



WILLIAM HALE 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . wants to become a metallurgist 
. . . dislikes Registry Inspectors . . . enjoys 
working on cars. 

Student Council 12; Lab Assistant 11; Jun- 
ior Usher II; Senior Prom Committee 12; 
Junior Nominating Committee II; Hotkey 
10,1 I; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Student 
Council Assembly 12. 



LYNN HALLIFAX 

East Weymouth 

Lynn . . . friendly and likable . . . hopes to 
have a business of his own . . . enjoys 
looking at the new cars and likes guns. 

Student Council 10,11,12; Student Marshal 
10,1 1,12; Open House 12. 



JOAN HAMILTON 

Weymouth 

"Joni" ... is well liked by all because of 
her charming personality . . . we know that 
she will succeed as a medical technician. 

Future Teachers 10; Advertising Staff 10; 
Yearbook 10,12; Reflector 10,12; Girls' 
Track 1 1; Dramatic Club 10; Door Decora- 
tions 10. 



ROSWELL HALL, III 

Weymouth 

"Rossie" . . . reserved but likable . . .as- 
pires to be a mechanical engineer ... is 
noted for his casual personality . . . his 
favorite subject is math . . . has been active 
in Science clubs. 

Camera Club 12; Math Club 11; Lab As- 
sistant 12. 



SANDRA HAMBLIN 

North Weymouth 

"Sandy" ... is well known and liked by 
her classmates . . . has been active in sport- 
ing activities . . . hopes to go on to college, 
but is undecided as to her future career. 

Future Teachers' Club 10,12; Spanish Club 
12; Badminton 10; Basketball 10,11; Vol- 
leyball 10; Softball 11; Mathematics Club 
10. 



CHARLES HANRAHAN 

North Weymouth 

"Charlie" . . . looks good in a crew cut 
. . . enjoys roller skating and good food 
. . . dislikes talkative girls. 



DORIS HARDING 

East Weymouth 

"Dorrie" ... an attractive and popular 
girl . . . enjoys listening to the radio . . . 
is an excellenr typist and will surely succeed 
in this, her chosen vocation. 

Gregg Shorthand Certificate (80) 11; Mr. 
Regan's Secretary 11,12; Class Dues Collec- 
tor 11; Who's Who 12; Cafeteria 10; Fash- 
ion Show 10. 



CHARLES HARDWICK, III 

Hingham 

"Hank" ... is a student in the agricul- 
tural course ... a fun loving type who 
enjoys a joke . . . enjoys dancing and lis- 
tening to Rock and Roll records . . . will 
surely succeed as a dairy farmer. 

F.F.A. Treasurer 12. 



KENNETH HARRIS, JR. 

North Weymouth 

"Little One" . . . frequently seen at "Mis- 
ter Donut" in North Weymouth . . . his 
favorite pastime is just resting . . . his pet 
peeve is walking . . . looks to a future as 
an auto mechanic. 

Banquet Committee 12; Chorus 11,12. 



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MICHAEL HASSAN 

South Weymouth 

"Mike" ... a very popular and active boy 
. . . we are proud of his football ability 
and selection as Patriot Ledger All-Scholas- 
tic .. . will surely succeed as a pro-football 
player. 

Varsity Football 10,11,12; Co-Captain 11; 
Spring Track 10,11.12; Co-Captain 12; 
Winter Track 10,12; Honors 10,11,12. 



MARTHA HAY 

East Weymouth 

Martha . . . small and cute . . . will surely 
succeed as a secretary. 

A.V. Club 10; Chorus 10; Dance Commit- 
tee 1 1 ; Junior Party 1 1 ; Cap and Gown 
Committee 12; Home Room Messenger 11. 




DIANE HA WES 

North Weymouth 

Diane . . . enjoys listening to the radio 
... a good student in the business course 
. . . her ambition is to be a Wave. 

Chorus 10,12; Softball 10. 



ROBERT HAYES 

East Weymouth 

"Bob" ... a fun loving boy who likes to 
be mischievous . . . enjoys Rock and Roll 
records and pizza . . . also likes to work 
on cars . . . will surely succeed as an ac- 
countant. 



JANICE HAYGARTH 

North Weymouth 

"Jan" . . . fun to know . . . hopes to be a 
court stenographer . . . always happy and 
smiling. 

Honors 11; Who's Who 12; Class Motto 
1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate ( 80 ) 
12; Typewriting Certificate (55) 11; Mr. 
Mahn's Secretary 11,12; Home Room Mes- 
senger 1 1 ; Door Decoration 1 1 . 



GUY HENRY 

North Weymouth 

Guy . . . quiet and hard working . . . the 
mad chemist . . . Northeastern and a career 
in chemistry in the future. 

Camera Club 12; Radio Club 12; Key Club 
12; Yearbook Photographer 12; Lab Assist- 
ant 12; Honors 10. 



JUDITH HIGGINS 

Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . quiet but always happy and 
smiling . . . versatile in roller skating and 
song . . . soon to be a dependable secretary. 

Choir 12; Gregg Transcription Certificate 

(80) 11. 



ROBERT HILL 

East Braintree 

"Bob" . . . takes an active part in school 
activities ... a future pressman . . . enjoys 
skating and most winter sports. 

Open House 10,11,12; Junior Party Com- 
mittee 11; Senior Prom Committee 12; 
Senior Party Committee 12. 




WILLIAM HICKEY 

South Weymouth 



a congenial fellow and friend 
. . likes pizza, dancing and 
loves to sleep late . . . "Oh, 
. a future en- 



"Hick" . . 
to the girls 
physics . . 

no, English class again 
gineer. 

Basketball 10; Band 10; Cross Country 11; 
Spanish Club 10. 



CHARLES HILL 

North Weymouth 

"Charlie" . . . neat and dapper ... a 
witty young man . . . particularly enjoys 
playing basketball ... is sure to succeed 
as a professional basketball player. 

Basketball 10,11; Sophomore Nominating 
Committee 10; Spring Track 10; Physics 
Lab Assistant 12. 



FREDERICK HILLS 

Weymouth 

"Fred" ... a vigorous worker who enjoys 
experimenting with electricity ... a stu- 
dent in the college course planning on at- 
tending college . . . will surely succeed as 
an electrical engineer. 



LOUISE HEBERT 

South Weymouth 

"Lou" ... an eager beaver . . . has pride 
in her work . . . determination to take 
those notes at 100 . . . she'll make a fine 
secretary. 

Honors 10,11; Gregg Transcription Certifi- 
cate (80) 12; Typewriting Certificate (55) 
11; Mr. J. Nelson's Secretary 11,12; Fash- 
ion Show 10. 



Mathematics Club 11; Radio Club 12; 
Assistant 12; Key Club 12. 



Lab 




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LAWRENCE HILLS 

Weymouth 

"Larry" ... a hard working student in the 
college course who plans on attending an 
architectural college. 

Key Club 12; Dramatic Club 10; Camera 
Club 12; Radio Club 12; Lab Assistant 12. 



RICHARD HOERING 

East Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . future engineer . . . enjoys 
music by Chuck Berry, movies, Kim Novak, 
football, sports cars, hamburgers, Mr. 
Ghiorse . . . dislikes English . . . pet peeve 
is girls who giggle. 



LEROY HOLLIS, JR. 

East Weymouth 

"Roy" . . . musically inclined . . . likes 
all sports and Thunderbirds . . . with his 
great talent he'll make his goal in show 
business. 

Football 10; Winter Track 10; Football 
Thanksgiving Day Assembly 10; Christmas 
Assembly 1 1 ; Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; Christ- 
mas Assembly 12. 





GEOFFREY HONNEUS 

Weymouth 

"Geoff" . . . keen mind and clever wit . . . 
athletic . . . skiing, hockey, skin diving and 
sailboat racing to mention only a few . . . 
good luck, and never lose your good nature. 



Student Marshal 
Honors 11. 



11,12; A.V. Club 12; 



EDWARD HOULE 

North Weymouth 

"Ed" ... a newcomer in the senior year 
... is witty and good natured . . . likes 
baseball ... is going in the service. 

Natick High School Gym Team 10; Natick 
High Student Council 10; Quincy High 
Student Council 1 1 . 



MARGERY HUGHES 

North Weymouth 

"Mag" . . . attractive girl with a beautiful 
smile . . . plans to become a nurse . . . 
enjoys watching football and basketball 
games . . . likes Thunderbirds. 

Future Nurses' Club 12; Cap and Gown 
Committee 12; Lunch Room Helper 10; 
Volleyball 10. 



RONALD HOBSON 

South Weymouth 

"Hobby" ... is a very popular and active 
boy . . . would like to become a football 
and hockey coach. 

Football 10,11,12; Junior Morals and Spir- 
itual Values Committee 12; Student Mar- 
shal 10,12; Lab Assistant 12; Senior Prom 
12; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Football 
Assembly 11,12; Junior Party 11. 



DIANA HOGUE 

East Weymouth 

"Di" . . . attractive with beautiful hair . . . 
horseback riding is her favorite pastime 
. . . soon "Di" will be an airline stewardess 
riding high. 

Senior Nominating Committee 12; Fashion 
Show 10; Typewriting Certificate (56) 11. 



GAIL HOLLOW AY 

South Weymouth 

"Rita" . . . willing and cooperative . . . 
future paleontologist . . . enjoys bowling 
and watching wrestling matches . . . plans 
to attend Northeastern. 

Class Motto Committee 12; Honors 10, li; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 11; 
Opening Exercises 10. 



JOAN HOPKINSON 

North Weymouth 

Joan . . . sincere and earnest . . . future 
nurse . . . has a pleasing personality . . . 
enjoys sports . . . likes fried clams. 

Senior Prom Committee 12; Class Dues Col- 
lector 12; Honors 11; Future Nurses' Club 
10,11,12; Spanish Club 11,12; Field 
Hockey 10; Volleyball 10; Lunch Room 
Helper 10. 



MARY HOUSMAN 

Weymouth 

"May" . . . graceful and pleasant . . . fond 
of dramatics and badminton . . . likely to 
succeed as a dance instructor. 

Who's Who 12; Dramatic Club 11; Jun- 
ior-Senior Assembly 11; Camera Club 12; 
Mr. Martin's Secretary 12; Badminton 11. 



FREDERICK HUHTANEN 

Weymouth 

"Fred" ... a handsome brown-eyed fellow 
. . . likes Rock and Roll . . . can be found 
next year either at the University of Massa- 
chusetts or in the Army. 

Senior Prom Committee 12; Winter Track 
10; Open House Exhibition 10,11. 



of grand old Weymouth High! 



GARDNER HULBURT 

Weymouth 

"Skip" . . . that popular athlete in 220 
. . . really enioys football . . . appears to 
be quiet in school . . . wants to become a 
pilot. 

Football in, 11,12; Winter Track 10,11, 
12; Spring Track 10,11,12; Cap and Gown 
Committee 12; Football Assembly 10,11, 
12; Winter Concert 11. 



GLEN JACKSON 

East Weymouth 

Glen . . . likes vacations and most sports 
. . . especially hockey . . . favorite expres- 
sion, "You Clown" . . . this six footer will 
make a top flight auto mechanic. 

Honors 10,11; Student Government 10,11, 
12; Student Council 10; Class Banquet 12; 
Open House 11; Choir 11. 



WAYNE JENKINS 

South Weymouth 

"Jenks" . . . wants to be a printer . . . 
likes cars, sports and music . . . doesn't 
care for slow drivers or cenceited girls. 

Open House 10,11,12; Yearbook Staff 12. 



GAIL HUTCHISON 

South Weymouth 

"Hutchie" . . . sweet and pretty . . . does 
not admire people who think they're better 
than others, or boys who don't act their age 
. . . aiming to be an airline stewardess. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11, 
Secretary to Mr. Kearns 12; Senior Party 
12; Quincy High School 10,11; Baton 
Squad 1 1. 



LAWRENCE JACKSON 

North Weymouth 

"Larry" . . . talented, tall, dark and hand- 
some . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . 
likes football . . . has quite a collection of 
records . . . plans to attend Bridgewater 
Teachers' College. 

Junior Party Committee 1 1; Dance Commit- 
tee 11; Football 10; Track 10. 



MARJORIE JOHNSON 

North Weymouth 

"Margie" ... a tall, blue-eyed blonde . . . 
another delight for the masculine eye . . . 
can often be found roller skating . . . dis- 
likes two-faced people . . . enjoys badmin- 
ton and good plays . . . will make an at- 
tractive hairdresser. 



Mr. Bernath's Secretary 12; 
Badminton 11. 



F.B.L.A. 12; 




FRANCES JOHNSTON 

South Weymouth 

"Frannie" ... a capable worker . . . fond 
of horseback riding . . . quiet . . . will be- 
come a successful choreographer. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Honors 10; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate (60) 11, (80) 12; Type- 
writing Certificate (52) 11; Miss Cannings 
Secretary 12; Lunch Room Helper 10,11, 
12. 



DANIEL KAISER 

Plymouth 

"Danny" . . . his pastime is cars . . . 
"Fats" Domino, hockey, hamburgers, Mr. 
Whittemore, and theory, all rate high . . . 
dislikes math . . . he'll be building cabi- 
nets soon. 

Student Marshal 12; Honors 11; Senior 
Dance Committee 12. 




RITA JOLLY 

North Weymouth 

Rita . . . liked by many . . . spends much 
time working . . . Italian food is her favor- 
ite .. . study periods and the crowded cafe- 
teria are pet peeves . . . has hopes for a 
career as an X-ray Technician. 

Basketball 11; Home Room Messenger 10. 



JOHN KARLBERG 

South Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . popular with boys and girls 
. . . ambition is to be an F.B.I, agent. 

Football 12; Spring Track 11,12; Junior 
Nominating Committee 11; Honors 10,11; 
Senior Banquet Committee 12; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10; Winter 
Track 12. 



PETER KEANE 

South Weymouth 

"Pete" . . . enjoys eating pizza, watching 
football and sleeping . . . thinks Mrs. 
Ritchie is the greatest . . . believes the best 
part of the school day is study periods . . . 
although his future is undecided, he's sure 
to be a success. 




MARY KEARNS 

South Weymouth 

Mary . . . hopes to attend Bridgewater State 
Teachers' College . . . can be found danc- 
ing mosr of the time . . . she'll be a fine 
teacher. 

Spanish Club 11,12; Future Teachers 11, 
12; Camera Club 12; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 10; Softball 11; Badmin- 
ton 10; Home Room Messenger 12; Field 
Hockey 10. 



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ROBERT KIRKLAND 

South Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . our scientist . . . his goal is to 
join the Merchant Marines . . . good luck. 
Bob! 

Cross Country 12; Spring Track 12; Winter 
Track 12; Key Club 12; Math Club 10,11; 
Chemistry Lab Assistant 11; Physics Lab 
Assistant 12; Camera Club 12. 



TOVE KRAFT 

Weymouth 

"Tee" ... a visitor from Norway . . 
plans to go to Oslo University. 

Student Council 10,11; Junior Play 11 
Handball Team 11; School Society 10,11 
Christmas Committee 11; Volleyball 12 
Field Hockey 12; Badminton 12; Chorus 
12. 



HILBERT LAIDLAW 

North Hanover 

"B" ... a future printer . . . likes hunt- 
ing . . . dislikes some teachers and con- 
ceited people. 



JOSEPH KEEFE 

Weymouth 

"Al" . . . seldom quiet for more than a 
minute . . . likes band music and playing 
cards . . . aims to be a mechanical engi- 
neer . . . with his personality he'll succeed. 

Honor Roll 10; Nominating Committee 10; 
Party Committee 11; Band Manager 12. 



BRIAN KELLY 

South Weymouth 

Brian . . . personality plus . . . friendly 
and co-operative at all times . . . plans to 
be a technical engineer . . . with his ambi- 
tion he'll be a success . . . likes sports and 
music. 

Football 10,11,12; Winter Track 10,11; 
Spring Track 10,11,12; Football Assembly 
10,11,12; Choir 10. 



WILLIAM KELSEY 

East Weymouth 

"Bill" ... a future auto salesman . . . 
spends much of his summer boating . . . 
likes chicken, Mr. Dempsey . . . enjoys 
sports . . . plans to attend Northeastern 
. . . likes movies with Clark Gable or 
Jayne Mansfield . . . pet peeve is home- 
work. 



JUDITH KELLEY 

Weymouth 

"Judy" ... an attractive and peppy girl 
. . . plans to go to Burdett College. 

Yearbook Photographic Editor 12; Honors 
11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Spanish 
Club 11,12; Open House 10; Library Club 
10; Basketball 10; Softball 10; Badminton 
10; Volleyball 10. 



STEPHEN KELLY 

South Weymouth 

"Steve" ... likes ice skating ... a quiet 
lab technician . . . can be found in the 
future at Air Force bases. 



Open House 10,1 1. 




MARGARET KENN 

Weymouth 

"Peggy" . . . sparkling personality . . . 
beautiful complexion . . . always hopping 
from place to place . . . neat, pert, and de- 
pendable . . . likes writing letters . . . 
hopes to become a medical secretary some 
day soon. 

Class Motto 1 1 ; Honor Roll 1 1 ; Gregg 
Transcription (60) 11; Secretary to Mr. 
Boland 12; Reflector Staff 11. 



KARL KLASSON 

East Weymouth 

Karl . . . distinction in scholarship, ex- 
tremely talented in music . . . future as a 
nuclear engineer. 

Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 10,11,12; Radio 
Club 12; Math Club 11; High Honors 10; 
Senior Class Play 11; Latin Certificate of 
Superior Merit 10; Football Rally 10,11; 
Merit Scholar 12. 



PIERRE LaFOND 

Whitman 

"Pete" ... a future sheet metal worker 
. . . enjoys playing pool and sports . . . 
usually can be found working on his car. 



Open House 11,12. 



ELISABETH LAING 

East Weymouth 

"Betsy" . . . likes all kinds of music, es- 
pecially songs by Frank Sinatra . . . will be 
an excellent teacher. 

Future Teachers' Club 11; Badminton 10 
11; Volleyball 10,11; Basketball 10,11 
Yearbook Home Room Representative 12 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11. 



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MYRA LaMONTAGNE 

East Weymouth 

Myra ... a striking brunette . . . likes 
music and sports . . . she will succeed in 
her chosen career. 

F B.L.A. 12; Dance Decoration Committee 
10.11; Honors 10,11; Reflector Staff 10, 
11, 12 .Senior Party 12; Junior-Senior As- 
sembly 11; Miss Benson's Secretary 12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 12. 





BARBARA LANE 

Weymouth 

"Barbs" . . . usually seen working at the 
drug store ... a future I.B.M. operator 
. . . likes Rock and Roll, pizza, Rock Hud- 
son, Softball, Consumer Education . . . pet 
peeve is hypocritical people. 



«j _M Mr. DiSessa's Secretary 12; Fashion Show 

10,11; Clothing Room Assistant 11,12. 

V ) 



RICHARD LANE 

East Weymouth 

"Dick" ... a future sheet metal worker, 
interested in heating and ventilating work 
. . . tolerates slow drivers . . . likes sports. 

Open House 11,12. 



EDWIN LARAMEE 

East Weymouth 

"Deacon" . . . straight thinking, direct ac- 
tion . . . good at track . . . radio enthusiast 
. . . ambition to become manager of an 
electronic plant. 

A.V. Club 11,12; Radio Club 12; Lab As- 
sistant 12; Mathematics Club 10,11; Key 
Club 12; Cross Country 10,11; Open House 
10,11; Winter Track 10. 



CAROL LASKEY 

Weymouth 

"CL" ... a likable girl . . . enjoys meet- 
ing people . . . drives a '52 Ford ... a 
future secretary ... a true friend. 

High Honors 10,11; Miss Stockwell's Sec- 
retary 11,12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Student Council 10; Junior-Senior Assem- 
bly 11; Gregg Shorthand Certificate (100) 
12; Typewriting Certificate (62) 11. 



KATHLEEN LAWRENCE 




South Weymouth 

a quiet, but friendly member 
. . she will make a pleasing 



"Kathy" . . 
of our class 
secretary. 



Mrs. Rogers' Secretary 12; Gregg Short- 
hand Certificate (80) 12; Honors 10; Bas- 
ketball 10; Softball 10; Badminton 10; 
Volleyball 10; Fashion Show 10; Who's 
Who Typist 12. 



MICHAEL LEARY 

East Weymouth 

"Mike" . . . tall, easy going . . . often 
seen at Howie's . . . favorites are all sports, 
popular music, Mr. Delahunt, and history 
. . . ambition is to be a chef. 

Hockey 10,11; Junior Party 11. 



JANET LAWRENCE 

North Weymouth 

"Jan" ... a comic and a hard worker . . . 
enthusiastic about sports ... a secretary to 
be. 

Mr. Turcotte's Secretary 11,12; F. B.L.A. 
12; Attendance Slips 12; Dramatic Club 
10,11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Lunch 
Room Duty 10; Basketball 10,11; Softball 
10; Door Decoration 10,11. 



WILLIAM LAWSON 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . can be found at Mike's Service 
Station, or working on his car . . . pet 

peeves are women drivers and doing 
homework ... a future printer. 

Open House 10,11,12; Student Council 12. 



PAULINE LELIEVRE 

South Weymouth 

"Levi" . . . quiet and sincere ... a true 
friend . . . her pastime is having a good 
time . . . soon a secretary. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 12; 
Reflector Secretary 12; Home Room Mes- 
senger 11; Future Teachers' Club 12; Cam- 
era Club 12; Softball II; Basketball 11; 
Fashion Show 10. 



BARBARA LANIEWSKI 

Weymourh 

"Barb" . . . our coach's secretary . . . likes 
popular jnusic ... a future secretary. 

High Honors 10,11; Mr. Fisher's Secretary 
11,12; Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 
11; Typewriting Certificate (57) 11; Class 
Dues Collector 11,12; Badminton 10,11; 
Softball 11; Volleyball 10,11; Basketball 
10,11. 



JANET LaROSE 

Weymouth 

Janet from 220 ... an attractive brunette 
with a wonderful sense of humor . . . enjoys 
sports . . . plans to attend Chandler Busi- 
ness School to become a medical secretary. 

Reflector Staff 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Sen- 
ior Class Play Committee 12; Chemistry 
Assistant 11; Volleyball 10. 




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WILLIAM LEWIS 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" ... a quiet and serious scholar . . . 
pastime is bowling ... a future engineer. 

Merit Scholar 12; Key Club 12; Radio 
Club 12; High Honors 10,11; Junior 
Usher 1 1 ; Rotary Guest 1 1 ; American Her- 
itage Essay Winner 1 1 ; Bausch and Lomb 
Honorary Science Award 12; Memorial Day 
Assembly 11; Football Assembly 11. 



DIANE LITTLE 

East Weymouth 

"Di" . . . pretty and popular . . . usually 
seen riding in a Mercury . . . jealous boys 
and conceited people are her pet peeves 
... a dependable secretary soon. 

Library Club 10; Treasurer 10; Hyvoc 
Gazelle 10; Basketball 10; Door Decora- 
tion 11; Reflector Secretary 12; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12. 



WILLIAM LOGAN 

North Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . favorite pastime is sports . . . 

likes math, science, Mr. Dempsey, fried 
chicken . . . pet peeves are six major sub- 

ccts and English grammar . . . lie's 
sure to be a success in whatever he 
tries. 

Public Speaking 10; Basketball Manager 
10,11. 




JAMES LINNANE 

Weymouth 

"Jim" . . . quiet, but personable . . . likes 
spaghetti but doesn't care for the Repub- 
lican party or dangerous drivers . . . wants 
to attend Northeastern ... we know he'll 
succeed as a future sociologist. 




DONALD LITTLE 

South Weymouth 

"Don" . . . that quiet good looking young 
man in 220 . . . likes snow, Rock and Roll, 
Spanish rice, golf, and bowling . . . wishes 
to be an electrical draftsman. 



ROBERT LOUKOLA 

Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . liked by everyone he meets 
... a future repairman . or.;™* mUrrr. 



enjoys collect- 
dislikes home- 




GAIL LOVETT 

East Weymouth 

Gail ... a walking Vogue advertisement 
. . . Johnny Mathis is her favorite . . . 
constantly making friends . . . this smart 
"Miss" will be off to Chamberlain College. 

Secretary to Miss Morris 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11; Nominating 
Committee 11,12; Victory Dance 11; Fall 
Fling 11; Junior Parry 11. 



KATHLEEN LYDEN 

East Weymouth 

"Kathy" ... an attractive bundle of energy 
. . . likes sports and ravioli ... a future 
nurse. 

Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Who's Who 
Committee 12; Chorus 10; Dance Commit- 
tee 11; Junior Party 11; Future Nurses' 
Club 11,12; A.V. Club 10,11; Fashion 
Show 10; Basketball 10,11; Badminton 
10,11. 



WARREN LYNCH 

South Weymouth 

Warren . . . likes classical music, sports 
cars and the Maypo advertisement . . . 
quiet and calm . . . hopes to become a pro- 
fessional figure skater. 



ing guns and hunting 
work and cold weather 

Student Marshal 10,11,12; Student Council 
12; Band 11,12; Senior Party 12. 



CLAIRE LUNAN 

Weymouth 

"Cleo" . . . intelligent and pretty . . . won- 
derful sense of humor . . . enjoys working, 
and sports, particularly sailing . . . just 
the kind of girl to take up nursing. 

Future Nurses' Club 11,12; Junior Parry 
11; Honors 10; Softball 10; Basketball 10; 
Senior Class Play Selection Committee 12. 



RICHARD LYNCH 

Weymouth 

"Dick" ... a good sport with a smile for 
everyone ... an avid hockey fan . . . likes 
to play the game, too . . . likes cars that 
run! . . . works hard outside of school. 
Success in your future endeavors, Dick! 



PAUL MacDERMOTT 

South Weymouth 

"Mac" . . . one of our football heroes . . . 
dislikes classical music, homework, and 
hard work ... a likable young man . . . 
would like to become an electronics tech- 
nician. 

Football 11,12; Baseball 10,11,12; Football 
Assembly 11,12; Class Banquet 12; Open 
House 12. 



that 



pass 



him day by day. 



MARGARET MacDONALD 

South Weymouth 

"Margie" ... a friendly, dependable 
"Miss" . . . music enthusiast . . . faithful 
football fan . . . plans to attend nursing 
school to become a registered nurse. 

Future Nurses' Club 10,11,12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 10; Choir 10. 



ROBERT MacDONALD 

Weymouth 



"Red" . 
go-lucky 
sports . 
thng. 



. a star on ice . . . happy- 
well liked, active in 
. will succed in almost any- 



WILFRED MacDONALD 

Weymouth 

"Willy" ... a future sheet metal worker 
. . . likes watching television and listening 
to the radio . . . enjoys all sports . . . de- 
spises indoor recess. 



PATRICIA MacDONALD 

Weymouth 

"Pat" . . . artistic, intelligent, and accurate 
. . . likes Johnny Mathis and lobster . . . 
good at sports ... a future legal secretary. 

Badminton 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10; Honors 10,11; Typewriting Certificate 
(72) 11; Fashion Show 10,11; Door Deco- 
ration 11. 



WARREN MacDONALD 

North Weymouth 

"Mac" . . . just loves to eat . . . pet peeve 
is missing the school bus . . . favorite pas- 
time is baseball . . . intends to become an 
auto mechanic. 

Football 10,11; Who's Who Committee 12; 
Open House 10,11; Lunch Room 10,11,12. 



susan Maclean 

East Weymouth 

"Sue" ... a future receptionist . . . likes 
ballads, English. Thunderbirds, and sports 
. . . always smiling . . . will succeed with 
her charm and personality. 

Chorus 10. 



LOIS MacLEOD 

Weymouth 

"Lo" ... a bundle of pep . . . likes ice 
skating . . . soon to be a legal secretary. 

Sub-cheerleader 12; Honors 10; Vice-Presi- 
dent F.B.L.A. Club 11; Fashion Show 10; 
Future Nurses' Club 1 1 ; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate (80) 12; Football Rally 
12; Reflector Literary Staff 11; Advertising 
Staff 10,11. 



DOROTHY MADDEN 

East Weymouth 

"Dotty" . . . lively and well liked . . . ad- 
mires Rock Hudson, and Fords . . . enjoys 
bowling and watching Westerns on TV 
... is preparing to be a private secretary. 



DONALD MAHAR 

East Weymouth 

"Cochise" ... a future artist . . . likes 
dancing and television . . . homework and 
slow drivers are his dislikes . . . often 
heard saying, "That's the breaks." 

Student Council 10,11; Choir 11. 




FREDERICK MacNEIL 

East Weymouth 

"Fred" . . . very popular . . . sharp sense 
of humor . . . football and basketball are 
his games . . . headed, for a salesman's 
career. 



LORRAINE MADISON 

East Weymouth 

"Lou" ... a first class citizen, efficient and 
dependable . . . writes well . . . active in 
sports . . . enjoys Pat Boone, fried chicken, 
and basketball . . . plans to teach commer- 
cial subjects. 

Badminton 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 
10; Gregg Transcription Certificate (100) 
12; Miss Lyons' Secretary. 



LESLIE MAIN 

North Weymouth 

"Les" ... a care and thought for everyone 
. . . hopes to be a registered nurse. 

Future Nurses' Club 1 1 ; Junior Party Deco- 
rations 11; Latin Certificate Superior Merit 
10; Honorable Merit 11; Motto Committee 
11,12; Reflector Literary Staff 10; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Home Room Messen- 
ger 10. 



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es m his gentle way 




ROBERT McBRIDE 

East Weymouth 

Robert . . . likes Rock and Roll, Mr. Dela- 
hunt, English, and trigonometry . . . hot 
rods rate high . . . he'll succeed at any 
vocation he tries. 

Track 10; Basketball 10. 



JAMES McCALL 

East Weymouth 

"Jim" . . . congenial ... a future printer 
. . . enjoys fixing cars and dancing . . . 
dislikes working after school. 

Student Council 10,12; Open House 12. 



CAROL ANN MARAGET 

Weymouth 

Carol . . . always doing something for 
others ... a future legal secretary. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12; Yearbook Advertising 
Staff 12; Morning Devotions 11; Senior 
Class Play Selection Committee 12; Door 
Decorating 10; Lab Assistant 11; Library 
Club 10; Volleyball 10. 



FRANCIS MARKS 

Cohasset 

"Harpo" . . . full of fun . . . likes to work 
on motorcycles and cars . . . can usually be 
found at the Cove . . . future as an auto 
mechanic. 

Open House 11; Lunch Room Duty 11; 
Honors 10,11,12. 



THOMAS MARTIN 

East Weymouth 

"Tom" ... a good mechanic, quiet but in- 
dustrious . . . working and fixing cars take 
up most of his time . . . headed for the 
Air Force after graduation. 

Football 10. 




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KENNETH MARGESON 

Weymouth 

"Ken" ... a leader, reliable, and responsi- 
ble .. . he will be a good engineer. 

Basketball 10,11,12; Football 11,12; 
Spring Track 11,12; Student Council 10, 
11,12; Treasurer 1 1 ; Class President 1 0.1 1 , 
12; Honors 10,11,12; Student Marshal 11, 
12; Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 
10; Good Government Day Representative 
12. 



RITA RAE MARTIN 

Weymouth 

"Ritarae" . . . likes listening to the radio 
and sewing . . . headed for college . . . 
phns to be an executive secretary. 

Mr. Longridge's Secretary 11,12; Fashion 
Show 10; Badminton 10; Basketball 10; 
Volleyball 10; Door Decoration 10.11; 
Senior Play Usherette 12. 



SAMUEL MCALLISTER 

Cohasset 

"Sam" ... a quiet lad who likes steak 
. . . spends his spare time driving around 
in his '56 Pontiac . . . future ambition is 
to work on jet planes. 

Lunch Room Duty 12; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 12. 



ELIZABETH MCCAFFREY 

South Weymouth 

"Betty" . . . likes sports ... a smile is her 
guide . . . soon to be a stenographer. 

Class Dues Collector 1 1 ; Home Room Mes- 
senger 12; Mr. White's Secretary 11,12; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Badminton 10,11; Baseball 10,11; Basket- 
ball 10,11; Volleyball 10,11; Fashion 
Show 10. 



helen McCarthy 

South Weymouth 

"Joanie" ... a talented girl with a pleas- 
ing personality ... a future stewardess. 

Who's Who Committee 12; Reflector Ad- 
vertising Staff 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11; F.B.L.A. Club 12; Mr. McCarthy's 
Secretary 12; Hyvoc Gazette 10; Dance 
Committee 10; Public Speaking 10; Open 
House 10; Door Decoration 10,11. 



KATHERINE MCCARTHY 

Weymouth 

"Kerry" . . . always ready to help . . . 
musically inclined . . . determined to be- 
come a good secretary ... a hard worker. 

Mr. Concannon's Secretary 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11; New Eng- 
land Music Festival 11,12; Southern Music 
Festival 10,11; Reflector Literary Staff 10; 
Library Club 10. Chorus 11,12. 




elaine Mcdonald 

South Weymouth 

Elaine . . . excels in sports and music . . . 
likes Miss Arnold ... a bright future as 
a typist. 

Badminton 11.12; Girls' Track Team 11, 
12; Tennis 11,12; Basketball 11,12; Vol- 
leyball 10,11.12; New England Music Fes- 
tival 11,12; Solo Festival 12; Choir 12. 



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ELIZABETH McDONALD 

South Weymouth 

"Betty" ... a smile for everyone ... a 
future secretary ... a hard worker who will 
do well in her chosen vocation. 

Honors 11; Typewriting Certificate (55) 
11; Miss White's Secretary 11,12; Softball 
10; Badminton 10,11; Volleyball 11; F.B. 
L.A. Club 10,11. 



JAMES McGRATH 

South Weymouth 

"Jim" . . . somewhat reserved but always 
good natured . . . good at baseball, hockey, 
and sciences, especially physics . . . plans 
to become a pharmacist. 



Baseball 10. 



richard Mckenzie 

Hingham 

"Dick" ... a hunting enthusiast . . . likes 
baseball, football, and basketball ... a hard 
worker who should succeed as a future land- 
scape architect. 

F.F.A. 10; F.F.A. Officer 11; Planning 
Board 12. 



RICHARD McLEAN 

Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . popular with his classmates 
... an outstanding track man . . . enthusi- 
astic about hunting, pizzas, and Mercury 
cars . . . headed for the Navy. 

Cross Country 12; Winter Track 12; Spring 
Track 11,12. 



EDWARD McMANN 

North Weymouth 

"Eddie" . . . always smiling and carefree 
. . . dislikes school . . . likes boating and 
pizza . . . can be found at "Hearn's" . . . 
a future auto mechanic. 

Lunchroom Duty 10,11,12; Open House 
11. 



MAUREEN McNULTY 

North Weymouth 

"Mick" . . . friendly and studious . . . 
likes to eat, especially spaghetti, and is 
fond of sports ... pet peeve is an oral 
talk ... an intelligent future teacher. 

Future Teachers' Club 10,11,12; Honors 
10; Office Helper 10; Badminton 10; Vol- 
leyball 10. 




WILLIAM McLEARN 
Hull 

"Bill" . . . intends to be a heating engi- 
neer . . . spends most of his time design- 
ing or constructing models of new build- 
ings . . . sincere, well liked . . . dislikes 
conceited girls. 

Football 11; Open House 10,11,12; Who's 
Who 12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Honors 10; Driver Education 10. 



DAVID McNAMEE 

Weymouth 

"Dave" . . . well liked by his classmates 
. . . watches variety and sports shows on 
TV . . . interested in broadcasting as a 
career. 



john Mcpherson 

Weymouth 

"Mac" ... an all around athlete and an all 
star center . . . enjoys sports, sleeping, and 
sports cars . . . headed for a coaching career 
. . . another Jackie Fisher? 

Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10,12; Spring 
Track 11,12; Basketball 10,11,12; Football 
Assembly 11,12. 



MARELLA McGILVRAY 

Weymouth 

Marella . . . likes sports, westerns, music, 
especially Johnny Mathis' records . . . hopes 
to be a buyer . . . her quiet winning way 
will always help her to make new friends 
and to keep old ones . . . plans to attend 
Northeastern. 

Miss E. McGregor's Secretary 12; Badmin- 
ton 10; Basketball 10. 



RONALD McKEE 

North Weymouth 

"Ronnie" ... a sailing fan . . . likes 
Rock and Roll, and sports . . . headed for a 
college career . . . with his fine personality 
he will probably succeed at whatever he 
tries. 

Football 10. 



GEORGE McKINNON 

North Weymouth 

"Mucca" . . . intends to be a carpenter . . . 
can be heard discussing sports . . . dislikes 
school and homework . . . favorite saying 
is, "Wanna Get." 

Football 10,11; Choir 11. 




"Pro p atria" we say, 



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ANN McSHANE 

South Weymouth 

Ann . . . pleasant and amiable . . . enjoys 
eating, especially fried clams . . . aiming 
for a secretary's position after graduation. 

F.B.L.A. Club 10,11; Miss Benson's Secre- 
tary 11,12; Gregg Shorthand Certificate 
( SO) 12; Senior Party 12. 



ALBERT MELANSON 

South Hingham 

"Bob" . . . future chef . . . cooking, money, 
Cadillacs, and friends are his specialty . . . 
usually seen at the South Shore Hospital 
where he works . . . with his friendly ways 
and many talents, he'll be a success. 

F.F.A. 10; F.F.A. Treasurer 11; F.F.A. 
Planning Board 12. 



KENNETH MELLOR 

Weymouth 

"Ken" ... a future teacher who is a fine 
athlete . . . likes almost anything ... a 
popular music fan who plans to attend 
Northeastern University. 

Basketball 10; Cross Country 10; Spring 
Track 10; Football 11. 





BRUCE MELAMED 

South Weymouth 

"Mel" ... a future aircraft mechanic . . . 
likes music and sports . . . pet peeve is the 
practical joker . . . can often be found at 
Nash's Drug Store . . . his pastime is listen- 
ing to classical music. 

Lunch Room Duty 11,12. 



EDWARD MELCHIN 

Weymouth 

"Ed" . . . pet peeve is homework . . . dis- 
likes working, but wants to succeed. 

Student Council 10,11,12; Student Marshal 
10,1 1,12; Honors 10.1 1; Merit Award 11: 
Senior Nominating Committee 12; Senior 
Play 12; Class Dues Collector 11; Open 
House 10,11,12. 



ROBERT MELVILLE 

South Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . expert at fixing cars . . . enjoys 
popular music . . . dislikes homework . . . 
would like to become an I.B.M. operator. 



PATRICIA MESICK 

South Weymouth 

"Pat" ... a girl of many talents . . . 
enjoys Spanish, sports, especially table ten- 
nis . . . headed for higher education, prob- 
ably nursing. 

Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; 
Spanish Club 12; Future Nurses' Club 11, 
12; Home Room Messenger 12; Softball 
11; Basketball 10. 



HARRY MILLER 

Weymouth 

"Ted" ... an intellectual fellow, headed 
for the University of Massachusetts . . . en- 
joys all sports, hot rods, and music ... a 
future engineer. 

Honors 10,11; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 10; Band 11. 



ALYCE MOAKLEY 



LINDA MOFFETT 



Weymouth Heights 

"Al" ... a quiet miss but very popular 
... a future airline stewardess. 

Yearbook Home Room Representative 12; 
Reflector Art Staff 12; Senior Nominating 
12; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; F.B.L.A. 
Club 11,12; Junior Party 11; Bulletin 
Board Committee 11; Future Nurses' Club 
10; Dance Committee 10,11. 



Weymouth Heights 

Linda . . . future private secretary ... a 
cheerful, co-operative manner that wins 
many friends. 

Senior Nominating Committee 12; Senior 
Play Selection 12; Spanish Club 12; Base- 
ball 10; Volleyball 10; Basketball 10; Bad- 
minton 10; Future Nurses' Club 10; Dra- 
matic Club 10. 




JOHN MOORE 

South Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . conscientious in his studying 
... a future heart doctor . . . sports are his 
main interest . . . English and onions don't 
agree with this college man to be. 

Honors 10,11; Cap and Gown Committee 
12; Cross Country 10; Ledger Correspond- 
ent 12; Sophomore Party 10. 



PHILIP MORAN 

Weymouth 

"Phil" ... a car enthusiast ... a friendly 
out going personality . . . bristles with ac- 
tivity . . . chosen career is a salesman . 

Football Usher 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11. 



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CLAIRE MORRISON 

South Weymouth 

Ciaire . . . admired for her fine character 
and loyalty to the school ... is industri- 
ous, fond of music, and lively . . . her 
chosen career, a dietitian. 

Graduation Dance Committee 12; Moral 
and Spiritual Values Award 10; Future 
Nurses' Club 10; Future Teachers' Club 11; 
Home Room Messenger 1 1 . 



DORIS MULLIGAN 

North Weymouth 

"Dorry" . . . sparkling personality . . . 
clever at all sports . . . likes dancing, rec- 
ords, and Economics . . . dislikes home- 
work ... a furure hairdresser who will do 
well in her chosen career. 

Choir 10,11; Baseball 10; Basketball 10; 
Volleyball 10; Home Room Messenger 10. 



JOHN MURPHY 

South Weymouth 

"Murph" . . . friendly and dependable 
. . . goes for Rock and Roll, baseball, and 
fried clams . . . with his pleasing person- 
ality, he'll be a success. 

Honors 10,11; Open House 12; Who's 
Who Committee 12; Our American Herit- 
age Award 1 1 . 



ELIZABETH MURRAY 

North Weymouth 

"Betty" . . . furure beautician . . . pet 
peeve is natural blondes . . . fond of pizza, 
jazz and Frank Sinatra . . . with her smile, 
she will be a success. 

Senior Prom Committee 12; Volleyball 10; 
Badminton 10; Field Hockey 10; Spanish 
Club 12; Stationery Sales Committee 12. 



APRIL NELSON 

Weymouth 

April . . . friendly and co-operative . . . 
always smiling ... a future nurse. 

High Honors 10,11; Future Nurses' Club 
10,12; Class Secretary 10,11; Student 
Council 10.11,12; Sophomore Party 10, 
Junior Party 11; Student Marshal 10,11; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values Committee 12. 



CYNTHIA NELSON 

South Weymouth 

"Cindy" . . . pensive and quiet . . . goes 
for Johnny Mathis, football, and hockey 
. . . we're sure she'll be a success as a 
physical therapist. 

Reflector Advertising Staff 10; Cap and 
Gown Committee 12; Reflector Literary 
Staff 1 1 ; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 10; Future Nurses' Club 10. 



CATHRYN MUIRHEAD 

Weymouth 

"Cathy" . . . future pathologist ... a 
charming, intelligent girl . . . interested in 
dramatics and parties. 

Senior Prom Committee 12; Reflector Art 
Editor 12; Nominating Committee 10,11; 
Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 10; 
Honorable Merit 11; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11. 



ARLENE MURPHY 

Weymouth 

Arlene ... a lively, personable young lady 
. . . enjoys sports and fun . . . shorthand 
is a favorite subject . . . teaching, her goal. 

Secretary to Mr. Klay 11,12; Lunch Room 
Helper 10,11; Fashion Show 10; Basket- 
ball 10; Baseball 10; Badminton 10; Gregg 
Transcription (80) 12. 



MAURICE MURPHY 
Hull 

"Murph" . . . likes rhythm and blues, 
steak, Mr. Carlson, math, and Fords . . . 
dislikes an excess of homework . . . he's 
sure to be a successful carpenter. 

Student Council 12. 




PETER NAYLOR 

Weymouth 

"Pete" . . . one of our promising scientists 
. . . intelligent, and hard working . . . hopes 
to go to M.I.T. to prepare for a career in 
electrical engineering. 

Honors 10,11; Radio Club 12; Senior Ban- 
quet Committee 12. 



CAROL NELSON 

South Weymouth 

"Nellie" . . . blonde curls . . . always smil- 
ing . . . full of fun ... a future receptionist. 

Honors 10,11; Cheerleader 12; Senior 
Nominating Committee 12; Reflector and 
Yearbook Secretary 12; F.B.L.A. Club 12; 
Reflector Literary Staff 10; Class Dues Col- 
lector 11; Chorus Secretary 10; Band Sec- 
retary 1 1 . 



SYLVIA NEVA 

East Weymouth 

Sylvia ... a sincere and true friend . . . 
likes music, hockey, and cars . . . plans to 
attend Northeastern ... a future teacher. 

Honors 10,11; Dramatic Club 10; Volley- 
ball 10; Home Room Messenger 10; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 1 1 ; Class Motto 1 1 ; 
Yearbook Home Room Representative 12; 
Senior Play Selection Committee 12. 



Staunch stands the watch 




JANA NISTA 

East Weymouth 

"Jan" . . . always laughing . . . a future 
beautician . . . can be found listening to 
the radio and Johnny Mathis, or watching 
Bob Wagner . . . prefers steak and lobster 
to beans . . . likes economics, detective 
stories, and outdoor sports. 

Chorus 10; Library Club Vice President 12; 
Fashion Show 10,11. 



CHARLES O'BRIEN 

Weymouth 

"Swirl" . . . likes pizza and Miss Hackett 
. . . corn beef and cabbage . . . likes 
sports, especially golf . . . always seated in 
the front row of class. 

Football 10; Cross Country 10; Winter 
Track 10; Thanksgiving Game Usher 10; 
Class Banquet 12; 104 Office Helper 12. 



DANIEL O'CONNELL 

Weymouth 

"Dan" . . tall and quiet . . . favorites 
are physics, English, Mr. Ghiorse, and 
chicken . . . Chinese food and girls who 
talk too much rate low ... his ambition is 
to own a restaurant. 

A.V. Club 10,11; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11; Sophomore and Junior Parties 10,11. 



WILLIAM NEWELL 

South Weymouth 

"Billy" . . . blond and good-looking . . . 
came from Archbishop Williams High 
School . . . planning to be a draftsman . . . 
his motto, "Take life as it comes to you, 
but be awake when it does." 



MARGARET NICHOLSON 

South Weymouth 

"Margie" . . . pretty and full of life . . . 
likes Frank Sinatra ... is looking forward 
to a future as a secretary. 

Mr. Ghiorse's Secretary 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11; F.B.L.A. 
Club 11,12; Bulletin Board Committee 10, 
11; Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Basket- 
ball 10; Softball 10,11; Tennis 11. 



MARIETTA NIGRELLI 

Weymouth 

"Marie" . . . the cute blonde, who has 
hopes of becoming a dental hygienist. 

Junior Moral and Spiritual Values 12; 
Yearbook Advertising Staff 12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12; Lab Assistant 11; 
Morning Devotions 11; Library Club 10; 
Senior Play Selection Committee 12; Senior 
Party Committee 12. 



BARBARA NICHOLSON 

South Weymouth 

"Nicky" ... a pleasant personality . . . 
hopes to go on to Business School. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 11; 
Who's Who Committee 12; Door Decora- 
tion 10; Mr. Kelly's Secretary 11,12; F.B. 
L.A. Club 1 1 ; Reflector Literary Staff 1 1 ; 
Attendance Slips 12; Spanish Club 10; Bas- 
ketball 10,11; Badminton 10,11. 



MERRILL NICKERSON 

Weymouth 

"Tony" ... a handsome and artistic lad 
. . . enjoys football, hockey, art and Italian 
food ... a future aircraft mechanic. 

Cross Country 10,12; Baseball 10; Band 
Manager 11; Choir Manager 1 1; A.V. Club 
11; Basketball 10; Christmas Assembly 11. 



CHARLES NIHAN 

South Weymouth 

"Chuck" . . . hopes to go to Holy Cross, 
and then to West Point . . . has traveling 
experience and friendliness ... a future 
Army officer. 

Drill Team 10; Dance Band 10; Concert 
Band 10; Track 11,12; Football 11. 




IVY NOTT 

Weymouth 

Ivy . . . warm and friendly . . . plans to 
go to Bridgewater State Teachers' College. 

Senior Nominating Committee 12; Future 
Teachers' Club 10,11; President 12; Jun- 
ior Party Entertainment Committee 11; 
Honors 10; Reflector Advertising Staff 10, 
11; Manager 12; Yearbook Advertising 
Manager 12; Home Room Messenger 12. 



MARY O'BRIEN 

Weymouth 

"Obie" . . . our conversationalist . . . 
usually blushing . . . likes ballads, Pat 
Boone, football, tennis, steak, and Mr. Con- 
cannon . . . dislikes English . . . pet peeve 
is nicknames. 

Library Club 10,11; Libiary Club Presi- 
dent 12; Softball 10; Choir 10. 



WILLIAM O'CONNELL 

Weymouth 

"Okie" . . . thinks Ricky Nelson is just 
great . . . likes westerns, James Arness, 
hockey . . . favorite food is apple pie . . . 



favorite teacher is Mr. Kearns. 



Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Usher at 
Thanksgiving Day Football Games 10,12. 



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THOMAS ODELL 

Weymouth 

"Tom" . . . quiet, but with a sense of 
humor . . . takes time out from short-wave 
radios to play hockey, watch wres- 
tling . . . likes sports cars. Rock and 
Roll and gym . . . dislikes English . . . 
future in the Navy. 

Radio Club 12. 



BEVERLY OLSON 

East Weymouth 

"Dev" ... a lively girl . . . wants to be 
an airline hostess . . . likes Marlon Brando, 
westerns, football, baseball, and mush- 
rooms . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Concan- 
non . . . pet peeves are dungarees and 
quiet boys. 

Chorus 10; Softball 10; Christmas Assem- 
bly 10; Thanksgiving Assembly 10. 



JOHN O'NEIL 

East Weymouth 

"Jack" ... a good student . . . likes 
Perry Como, Rock and Roll, adult west- 
erns, hockey . . . enjoys Mr. Kearns's 
classes . . . dislikes homework on weekends. 

Honors 11; Hockey 11,12; Junior Party 
11; Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10. 



GERALDINE OSBORN 

East Weymouth 

"Gerri" ... all around girl . . . enjoys 
outdoor sports, dancing . . . future as a 
secretary. 

F.B.L.A. Club Secretary 1 1 ; Mr. Morgan's 
Secretary 12; Reflector Advertising Staff 
12; Library Club 12; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate ( 60 ) 11; Bookkeeping Award 
11. 



JUDITH PALMER 

East Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . hopes for a career in govern- 
ment service . . . likes to travel and speak 
foreign languages. 

Honors 10,11; Reflector Literary Staff 10, 
11,12; Spanish Club 11,12; Spanish Club 
Secretary 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; 
Class Banquet 11; Dramatic Club 10. 



RONALD PASKELL 

South Weymouth 

"Ronny" . . . likes hunting, Mr. Roy, shop, 
pizza, and Fords . . . pet peeve is slow 
drivers . . . plans to attend Wentworth . . . 
a carpenter in the future. 

Student Marshal 11,12; Student Council 11. 




PRISCILLA OSGOOD 

South Weymouth 

"Pris" . . . enjoys Rock and Roll . . . has 
a pleasant nature . . . liked by everyone . . . 
good sport ... a future secretary. 

Secretary to Mr. Kearns 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate ( 60 ) 11; Type Cer- 
tificate (64) 11; Badminton 10,11; Field 
Hockey 10; Basketball 10; Softball 10. 



BEVERLY PANTANO 

South Weymouth 

"Bevie" . . . "more bounce to the ounce" 
. . . is looking forward to Bridgewater 
State Teachers' College . . . taller people 
peeve this pint-sized miss. 

Honors 10,11; Latin Certificate of Honor- 
able Merit 10; Future Teachers' Club 11, 
12; Reflector Advertising Staff 10; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 11; Hockey 10. 



ARTHUR PATSTONE 

Weymouth 

"Pat" . . . intelligent . . . plans to attend 
the Air Force Academy . . . likes aviation, 
Rock and Roll, football, and westerns . . . 
enjoys physics. 

High Honors 10,11; Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee 11,12; Ex- 
change Assembly 11; Junior Usher 11; 
Radio Club Vice-President 12. 



SHEILA O'LEARY 

East Weymouth 

Sheila . . . likes Rock and Roll, Debbie 
Reynolds, pizza, and sports . . . dislikes 
English, French, Chinese food, and con- 
ceited boys. 

Attended Quincy High School 10,11; Bowl- 
ing Team 10,11; Future Nurses' Club 10 
11; Library Staff 10; Basketball 11. 



JAMES OLSON 

East Weymouth 

"Jim" ... a comedian . . . likes guitar 
playing, Johnny Mathis, Italian food . . . 
plans to have a Navy career . . . pet peeve 
is meeting pseudo-intellectual people. 

A.V. Club 10; Key Club 10; Band 10; 
Spring Track 1 1 . 



CLAIRE O'ROURKE 

South Weymouth 

Claire . . . humorous and hearty . . . likes 
jazz, English . . . future as a nurse. 

Football Assembly 10; Junior Nominating 
Committee 1 1 ; Junior Party Decoration 
Committee 1 1 ; Junior-Senior Assembly 1 1 ; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; 
Badminton 11; Spanish Club 12; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12. 




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WALTER PATSTONE 

Weymouth 

Walter ... a vital and intelligent person 
... a future aeronautical engineer. 

High Honors 10,11; Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee 11,12; Student 
Marshal 12; Key Club 12; Radio Club 12; 
A.V. Club 10,11,12; Junior Usher 11; 
Thanksgiving Assembly 11; Junior High 
Assembly 11.12. 



PRISCILLA PEEL 

North Weymouth 

"Pee Pee" . . . can be found listening to 
progressive jazz or watching situation com- 
edies . . . tardy dates are her pet peeve . . . 
this girl with her pleasant smile plans to 
become a clerk or typist. 

Office Helper 10; Badminton 10. 




PATRICIA PAYNE 

South Weymouth 



"Patty" . . . hospitable . . 
. . . likes music, sports 
worker. 



plans to teach 
. . a reliable 



Future Teachers' Club 11,12; Honors 10; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Junior 
Party Entertainment Committee 1 I ; Jun- 
ior Party Decoration Committee 1 I ; Basket- 
ball 10; Volleyball 10; Badminton 10; 
Dramatic Club 10. 



PENELOPE PERKINS 



South Weymouth 

. . having fun is her pastime 
hopes to become a kindergarten 



"Penny' 
teacher. 



Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Com- 
mittee 12; Who's Who 12; Science Essay 
Contest Award 1 1 ; Class Dues Collector 
11,12; Sophomore Nominating Commit- 
tee 10; Sophomore Party 10; Honors 10, 
11; Reflector Advertising Staff 12. 



RICHARD PERRIER 

North Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . full of ready energy . . . 
hopes to be a radio announcer . 
swing music rates high and he plays in 
his own dance band. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Thanks- 
giving Assembly 10; Orchestra 10; 
Band 10, 11; Christmas Assembly 12. 






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DONNA PETERSON 

South Weymouth 

Donna . . . "Friendly and sweet, most 
pleasant to meet; winning each heart and 
delighting each eye." 

High Honors 10,11; Student Council 10, 
11,12; Vice President 12; Cheerleader 11, 
12; Captain 12; Girls' State 11; Reflector 
Staff 10,11; Secretary Southeast Massachu- 
setts Student Councils 12. 



EARLE PHILBROOK 

South Weymouth 

"Skip" . . . hopes to be a draftsman . . . 
spends his time with cars . . . likes Rock 
and Roll, baseball, bowling, Kim Novak, 
physics and Elvis Presley . . . could do 
without fish and English . . . always lock- 
ing his keys in his car. 

Cross Country 10; Book Room Duty 11. 



GERALD PINZARI 

North Weymouth 

"Jerry" . . . plans to become a civil engi- 
neer . . . likes rhythm and blues, drive-ins, 
westerns, football, and pizza . . . plans to 
go to the first college he can.get into . . . 
pet peeve is short haircuts on girls. 

A.V. Club 10. 



STANLEY PETERSON 

Weymouth 

"Pete" ... a future carpenter . . . likes 
ice cream sundaes, drive-ins, girls, and 
money . . . dislikes cold weather and get- 
ting up in the morning. 

Student Government 11,12; Student Mar- 
shal 10,11,12; Honors 10,11; Motto Com- 
mittee 1 2 ; Senior Class Play 1 1 ; Open 
House 11.12. 



JUDITH PETERSON 

Weymouth 

"Judy" ... a future secretary . . . likes 
roller skating and people ... is kind and 
gentle. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 12; 
Fashion Show 10; Miss Silvester's Secre- 
tary 12. 



JANICE PHILLIPS 

Weymouth 

"Jan" . . . pastime is keeping busy . . . 
pet peeve is a research paper . . . likes 
Pat Boone, popular music, basketball, foot- 
ball, and skating . . . one of our future 
nurses. 

High Honors 10,11; Monday Club, Hon- 
orary Member 12; Future Nurses' Club 
10,11,12; Reflector Literary Staff 12. 



BARBARA PITTS 



"Barbie' 
retary . 
football. 



North Weymouth 

. . hopes to be an executive sec- 
. likes dances, trigonometry. 



Honors 1 1 ; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 10; American Heritage Essay Con- 
test, Honorable Mention 10; Home Room 
Delegate 10; Band 10,11; Southeastern 
Massachusetts Music Festival 10. 



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DOROTHY PITTS 

North Weymouth 

"Dot" . . . future teacher from Bridge- 
water . . . always listening to Pat Boone 
. . . dresses well. 

Honors 10.11; Class Motto 10,11; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Home Room Delegate 

12; Mathematics Club 10,11; Spanish Club 

12; Tennis 11; Badminton 10. 



DAVID POLITO 

East Weymouth 

"Dave" ... a natural born comedian . . . 
favorite expression, "You'd better believe 
it." . . . future as an automobile mechanic. 



NORMA PROVOST 

Weymouth 

Norma . . . always cordial . . . plays the 
piano . . . enjoys school . . . hopes to be 
a medical secretary. 

Volleyball 10; Basketball 10; Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee 11. 



MILDRED PIZZI 

East Weymouth 

"Millie" . . . always ready to help . . . 
hopes to be a stewardess . . . likes Miss 
Toomey. shorthand . . . pet peeve is con- 
ceited boys. 

Mr. Dempsey's Secretary 12; Gregg Tran- 
scriprion Certificate (60) 11; Who's Who 
12; Basketball 10,11; Badminton 10,11; 
Volleyball 10; Softball 10,11. 



DONNA PRATT 

South Weymouth 

Donna ... a cheerful temper . . . likes 
typing and Miss Norris . . . listens to Ricky 
Nelson's records . . . enjoys watching base- 
ball . . . dislikes Problems of Democracy. 

Fashion Show 10; Choir 10; Softball 10. 



ELVA PUOPOLO 

East Weymouth 

Elva . . . eyes sparkling and smiling . . . 
some day to be a secretary . . . likes basket- 
ball, pizza, and Miss Norris. 

Badminton 10,11; Fashion Show 10,11; 
Junior Party 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate (60) 11; Miss Vining's Secretary 
12; Who's Who 12; Home Room Messen- 
ger 12. 



CHARLENE QUERY 

North Weymouth 

"Charl" ... a good sport and a good 
friend ... a future secretary . . . likes 
cheeseburgers and dancing . . . pet peeve 
is people who think they are better than 
everyone else. 

Basketball 10,11; Softball 10,11; Volley- 
ball 10,11; Badminton 10,11; Decorating 
Committee 10; Home Room Messenger 10, 
12. 



FRED RANSOM 

North Weymouth 

"Fuzzy" . . . pleasing personality . . . 
future is undecided . . . likes westerns, 
sports cars, baseball, hockey, and Mr. Car- 
penter . . . dislikes Chinese food, ping 
pong, Bermuda shorts, and English. 

Baseball 10.11; Hockey 10,11,12. 



PATRICIA REGAL 

East Weymouth 

"Pat" . . . short and neat ... a future 
secretary . . . likes chicken and pizza, 
movies, office practice, and Miss Hackett 
. . . dislikes history. 

Basketball 10,11; Badminton 11; Volley- 
ball 10.11; Softball 10,11; Senior Parry 12. 




JANICE RALPH 

South Weymouth 

"Jan" . . . future teacher . . . likes scal- 
lops, Biology, and TV's "Father Knows 
Best" . . . dislikes onions and chemistry 
. . . homework is her pet peeve. 

Future Teachers" Club 11,12; Who's Who 
Committee 12; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 10. 



ROBERT RAYMOND 

Weymouth 

"Bobbie" ... a future state trooper . . . 
likes Zorro, turkey, playing football, and 
Mr. Ghiorse . . . dislikes being told what 
to do and studying for a test . . . plans to 
attend Fisher Junior College. 

Football 10. 



CARL REID 

South Weymouth 

Carl . . . full of pep . . . plans a future in 

the Merchant Marine . . . likes vaca- 
tions, reading, and hockey . . . dislikes 
Economics . . . pet peeve is homework 
. . . often heard saying, "Sure Mike.'' 



to the hill where Weymou th\ 



s men are 



bred. 



ALAN RISLEY 

East Weymouth 

' Al" ... as sharp as a tack 
attend West Point. 



plans to 



Spring Track 12; Winter Track 12; Cross 
Country 12; Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 
10,11,12; Honors 10,11; A.V. Club 10, 
11,12; P.T.A. Science Contest Winner 11; 
Lab Assistant 11,12; Junior-Senior Assem- 
bly 11. 



MARSHA ROBERTSON 

Weymouth 

Marsha . . . pet peeve is long TV com- 
mercials . . . likes to listen to the radio and 
to go to football and basketball games and 
dances . . . plans to be a bookkeeper in 
the future. 

Intramurals 10; Captain 10; Volleyball 10; 
Basketball 10; Home Room Secretary 10. 



CECELIA ROGERS 

South Weymouth 

"Cece" . . . future nurse . . . likes music, 
tennis. Fords, and pizza . . . frequently 
may be found talking on the telephone. 

Badminton 10; Dramatic Club 10; Junior 
Nominating 11; Tennis 11; Junior Party 
11; Spanish Club 11,12; Future Teachers' 
Club 11; Senior Nominating Committee 
12. 



ANDREW RINALDI 




BARRY REIKARD 

Weymouth 

"Buddha" ... a future medical technician 
. . . likes food, biology, and Sophia Lorcn 
. . . dislikes tuition for college and snow 
flurries . . . plans to attend Colby College 

. . . constantly saying, "Wait a min- 
ute!" 

Baseball 11; Football 12; Senior Play 12; 
Junior-Senior Assembly 11. 



PERSHING RENNIE 

East Weymouth 

"Buddy" ... a future machinist . . . likes 
westerns, Chinese food, and sports cars . . . 
pet peeve is white bucks . . . often heard 
saying, "Kinda makes you wonder, doesn't 
it." 

Hockey 10,11,12; Baseball 11. 



South Weymouth 

. . ambition is the Armed Serv- 
. likes baseball, bowling, ham- 
nd Miss Vining . . . dislikes 
Inspectors, spoiled girls and 




PATRICIA REMONDINI 

East Weymouth 

"Pat" ... a delightful girl with a happy 
smile ... a future hairdresser . . . likes 
fried clams and Cadillacs. 

Fashion Show 10,11; Chorus 10,11; 
Chorus Assembly 11; Decortaing Commit- 
tee 10,11; Volleyball 10; Badminton 10; 
Sophomore Party 10. 



ALBERT RICHARDSON 

South Weymouth 

"Al" ... a future printer . . . likes flashy, 
powerful convertibles . . . dislikes getting 

up in the morning . . . often heard 
saying, "I don't know what to tell you." 

Open House 11,12. 



MARIE RINELLA 

North Weymouth 

Marie ... a future secretary . . . likes 
Bret Maverick, egg cakes, and Miss Hill 
. . . dislikes basketball games and home- 
work . . . can be found in Howard John- 
son's. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Victory Dance 10; Badminton 10; Volley- 
ball 10; Basketball 10,11; Class Banquet 
12. 



JEAN ROANOWICZ 



Jean 



East Weymouth 
wants to do medical work 



likes music, spaghetti, and Mr. Kearns 
pet peeve is homework. 

Honors 10,11; Choir 10,11,12; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10; State Music 
Festival 1 1 ; New England Music Festival 
12; Southeastern Massachusetts Regional 
Music Festival 12; S.E.M.S.B.A. Music Fes- 
tival 10. 



LAWRENCE ROBINSON 

Weymouth 

"Larry" . . . has a mind of his own . . . 
hopes to be a salesman . . . likes war 
stories, hockey, and football . . . pet peeve 
is long haircuts . . . plans to attend Bryant 
and Stratton Business School. 

Hockey 10; Sophomore Nominating Com- 
mittee 10; Senior Party Usher 11; Home 
Room Messenger 11; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 12. 



JANET ROLLINS 

Weymouth 

Janet . . . future secretary . . . likes foot- 
ball games, parties, and Howard Johnson's 
. . . dislikes hypocritical people, jive, and 
pages of shorthand . . . pet peeve is staying 
after school. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (60) 11; 
Who's Who Representative 12; Sophomore 
Parry 10; Chorus 10,11. 



We love thee, Alma Mater. 



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ANNE ROMANS 

North Weymouth 

Anne ... a smart girl . . . Johnny Mathis 
is her favorite ... a dependable worker 
. . . she'll be one of our future Florence 
Nightingales. 

Mr. Pratt's Secretary 11,12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11, (80) 12; 
Honors 10,11. 



DONNA RUDOLPH 

East Weymouth 

Donna . . . future teacher . . . likes music, 
Ricky Nelson, Mr. Mazzola, and physics 
. . . pet peeve is conceited boys . . . favor- 
ite pastime is sewing. 

Sophomore Nominating Committee 10; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10. 



RAYMOND RUSSELL 

East Weymouth 

"Ray" . . . happy go lucky . . . classwork 
does not interest him as much as sports . . . 
can usually be found at Bill's Gas Station 
working on cars . . . future as an automo- 
bile mechanic. 




ELAINE RUSSO 

East Weymouth 

Elaine . . . likes sack dresses, pizza, Pat 
Boone, and Connie Francis . . . her pet 
peeve is people who take their time in the 
corridors . . . wishes to be a nurse. 

Senior Play 12; Future Nurses' Club 10; 
Choir 10; Tennis 11; Senior Party 12; 
Spring Concert 11. 



FRANCIS RYAN 

North Weymouth 

"Frank" . . . reserved and dignified . . . 
future television commercial writer . . . 
likes money, Italian food, and Miss Mc- 
Morrow . . . dislikes snow, English, and 
work . . . getting up in the morning is his 
pet peeve. 

South Boston High 10; Senior Nominat- 
ing 12. 



MAUREEN RYAN 

North Weymouth 

"Moe" ... a future teacher . . . enjoys 
football, Zorro, and English . . . Rock and 
Roll rates high . . . dislikes homework and 
physics . . . favorite pastime is swim- 
ming. 

Cap and Gown 12; Badminton 11; Basket- 
ball 11, 12; Softball 11; Volleyball 11,12. 



ANDREW RYAN 

East Weymouth 

"Andy" . . . likable ... his pet peeve is 
girls that "go steady" . . . his favorite pas- 
time is working on cars. 



JOHN RYAN 

North Weymouth 

"Jack" . . . ambition is to be a teacher 
. . . likes sports, jazz, spaghetti, and pizza 
. . . dislikes corn beef and cabbage . . . 
favorite pastime is bowling . . . plans to 
attend University of Massachusetts. 



WILLIAM RYAN 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . likes baseball, cowboys, and 
Oldsmobile convertibles . . . dislikes all 
school subjects ... an active sports fan. 



JOHN ROSE 

East Weymouth 

"Jackson" ... a future printer . . . likes 
pizza, Rock and Roll, and new clothes 
. . . passes the time away with his interests 
in sports and cars. 

Open House 10,11,12; Student Govern- 
ment 10,11; Choir 11; Student Council 
10,11. 



RICHARD RUMBLE 

South Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . wants to be a special agent 
for F.B.I. . . . likes cars, rhythm and 
blues, and lobsters . . . pet peeve is nosey 
neighbors . . . plans to attend college and 
law school. 



SANDRA RUSSELL 

Weymouth 

"Sandy" ... a sparkling personality . . . 
a future teacher . . . likes company, Frank 
Sinatra, and football. 

Honors 11; Class Secretary 12; Student 
Council 11,12; Substitute Cheerleader 11; 
Cheerleader 12; Student Marshal 12; 
Quincy Ledger Correspondent 12; Junior 
Nominating 1 1. 




Oh, let the years roll by! 



69 



ROBERT RYERSON 

East Weymouth 

"Rob" ... his futute is undecided . . . 
likes basketball ... a laugh and a smile 
seem to go with Bob. 

Basketball 10,11; F.F.A. 10.11,12; 
Weightlifting 10,11; Football Manager 
10,12. 



JUDITH SARTY 

South Weymouth 

"Judy" ... a sunny disposition . . . am- 
bition is in medical technology ... a pert 
majorette. 

Office Helper 10,11; Sub-Majorette 10; 
Majorette 11; Senior Prom Committee 12; 
Morning Devotions 10; South Eastern 
Massachusetts Music Festival 11; "Blue 
Angels" Motorcade 11. 



CARL SCHLEIFF 

East Weymouth 

Carl . . . ambition is in the field of busi- 
nss management ... an enthusiastic sports 
fan. 

Football 10,11,12; Baseball 10; Spring 
Track 10; Wintr Track 10,12; Cross Coun- 
try 10; Basketball 10; Cap and Gown Com- 
mute 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Stu- 
dent Marshal 11,12. 




JOHN SALIN 

Weymouth 

John . . . always ready to laugh . . . wants 
to be a mechanical engineer. 

Hockey 10,1 1.12; Football 10,11,12; Base- 
ball 10.11,12; Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values Committee 12; Foorball Rally 11. 
Talent Show 11; Morning Devotions 10. 



BEVERLY SCAMMELL 

Weymouth 

"Bev" ... a usually quiet future stenog- 
rapher . . . pet peeve is ships that don't 
come in on time . . . favorite saying is 
"Take a letter, Miss Scammell!" 

Gregg Transcription Certificate (80) 12. 



LEONARD SCOLAMIERO 

East Weymouth 

"Len" . . . wants to be a barber . . . likes 
hockey, Frank Sinatra, and everything Ital- 
ian . . . dislikes being called by his last 
name. 

Football 10; Baseball 10,11. 




CLIFTON SHEPPARD 

South Weymouth 

"Clif" . . . intends to be a rotary press- 
man . . . pet peeve is afternoon session 
. . . dislikes getting up on cold mornings 
. . . spends mosr of his time hunting. 

Open House 10,11,12; Senior Party 12; 
Senior Prom 12. 



JACQUELINE SIBERT 

Weymouth 

"Jackie" . . . ambition is to be a wife 
. . . pet peeve is loquacious, coquettish fe- 
males . . . cheerful at all times. 

Class Dues Collector 12; Secretary to Mr. 
McCarthy 11,12; Cafeteria Worker 10, 
11, 12; Softball 11; Basketball 11; Bad- 
minton 11; Class Banquet 12. 



FRANCIS SLAVEN 

East Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . ambition is to be an electrical 
engineer . . . likes sports cars . . . pet 
peeve is people who aren't serious . . . 
plans to attend Clemson University. 

Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 10,11,12; Radio 
Club 12; Christmas Assembly 10,12; A.V. 
Club 10,11.12. 



NATALIE SHOBER 

North Weymouth 

"Nat" . . . always happy and smiling . . . 
ambition biochemist . . . plans to attend 
Bates College. 

High Honors 10,11; Student Council 10, 
11,12; Cheerleader 11,12; Reflector As- 
sisrant Editor 12; Junior Moral and Spirit- 
ual Values Committee 10; Latin Certificate 

of Superior Merit 10; Orchestra 12. 



WARREN SINNOTT 

South Weymouth 

"Skip" . . . quiet but mischievous at times 
. . . likes spaghetti, Mr. Burgess, and 
English . . . dislikes long hair, music, and 
gossiping . . . may usually be found eating 
. . . plans to attend Boston College. 



Football 10,11; 
Track 10. 



Baseball 10,11; Winter 



ALAN SMALL 

North Weymouth 

"Al" . . . ambition is to work in a com- 
mercial airline . . . likes steak, football, 
Fords, and the Maypo advertisement . . . 
pet peeve is working nights. 



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ur song we raise; 



70 

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BERNARD SMITH 

South Weymouth 

"Red" . . . likes populat music and Thun- 
derbirds . . . dislikes English and French 
but looks forward to his study periods . . . 
hopes to attend Burdett next year . . . dis- 
likes being at the end of the lunch line 
. . . pizza is his favorite food . . . wants 
to be a retailer. 



LINDA SMITH 

North Weymouth 

Linda . . . enjoys Rock and Roll Music 
. . . she loves to eat fried clams . . . plans 
to become a foreign-trade secretary. 

Class Motto Committee 11,12; Junior- 
Senior Assembly 1 1 ; Junior Party Decora- 
tion Committee 11; Badminton 10; Vol- 
leyball 10; Home Room Messenger 12. 



JUDITH SORENSON 

North Weymouth 

"Judi" . . . quiet . . . likes dancing . . . 
a sincere friend ... a medical secretary in 
the future. 

Senior Prom Committee 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Mrs. Cleaves' Secretary 11,12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate (80) 11; Dance 
Decoration Committee 11; Fall Fling 12; 
High Honors 10; Honors 11. 



BARBARA SPRAGUE 

South Weymouth 

"Barb" . . . full of pep . . . her favorite 
pastime and subject is bookkeeping . . . 
enjoys all sports . . . dislikes unfriendly 
people and Chinese food. 

F.B.L.A. Club 12; Volleyball 10,11,12; 
Basketball 10,11,12; Fashion Show 10; 
Badminton 10,11,12. 



MARGERY STEWART 

Weymouth 

''Marge" . . . delights in popular music 
. . . she'll make a fine medical secretary. 

Mr. Collins' Secretary 12; Future Nurses' 
Club 10; F.B.L.A. Club 12; Student Mar- 
shal 11,12; Bulletin Board 11; Badminton 
11; Junior-Senior Assembly 11; Volley- 
ball 11. 



ALAN STRIANO 

East Weymouth 

"Al" . . . wants to be the best TV cam- 
eraman in his father's store ... his favor- 
ite expression is "darn it" ... he enjoys 
Office Practice. 

Class Dues Collector 1 1 ; Home Room 
Messenger 1 1 . 



JAMES SMITH 

Weymouth 

"Smitty" . . . reliable and friendly . . . 
enjoys bowling ... a future carpenter . . . 
likes pizza. 

Student Council 11,12; Student Govern- 
ment 12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; Grad- 
uation Dance Committee 12; Open House 
11,12; Assmbly 11; Honors 10,11. 



WILLIAM SMITH 

Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . has a winning smile . . . 
enjoys listening to rhythm and blues, jazz, 
and dixieland music . . . likes Paul New- 
man, Grace Kelly . . . plans to attend Bur- 
dett next year . . . going to be a fine ac- 
countant in the future. 



EDWARD SPARDA 

East Weymouth 

"Ed" . . . likes Rock and Roll music, espe- 
cially by "Fats" Domino . . . hockey, foot- 
ball, and baseball are his favorites . . . 
wants to own a roadster . . . pizza is his 
favorite dish . . . some day will be a fine 
bookkeeper. 

Football 1 1 . 





BRUCE STEVENS 

South Weymouth 

Bruce . . . quiet and friendly . . . going 
to M.I.T. to be a chemical engineer. 

High Honors 10,11; Physics Lab Assistant 
12; Junior Usher 11; Harvard Prize Book 
Award 11; Key Club 12; Latin Award of 
Eminent Merit 10; Latin Award of Super- 
lative Merit 11; Math Club 10,11; Winter 
Track 12. 



NANCY STONEHOUSE 

North Weymouth 

"Nan" . . . enthusiastic . . . likes tunes by 
Sinatra ... a serious student ... a future 
airline stewardess. 

Who's Who Committee 12; Student Mar- 
shal 11,12; Sphomore Nominating Com- 
mittee 10; Sophomore Party 10; Junior 
Party 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Dance 
Decorations 1 1 ; Reflector Advertising Staff 
10. 



JOAN STUDLEY 

Weymouth 

Joan ... a pleasant smile . . . enjoys 
roller skating . . . will be a successful 
secretary. 

Who's Who Committee 12; Attendance 
Slips 12; Library Club 10,11; Fashion 
Show 10; Choir 10; Home Room Messen- 
ger 10; Basketball 10; Volleyball 10; F.B. 
L.A. 10. 



loud rings the praise 




PHILIP TEEVAN 

North Weymouth 

"Phil" . . . full of fun . . . likes vacations 
. . . dislikes time spent looking for a park- 
ing space . . . just "fancy free." 

Senior Party 12. 



STEVEN THAYER 

Weymouth 

"Steve" . . . intelligent and enthusiastic 
. . . engineer . . . often found around his 
car . . . likes music by the Everly Brothers, 
hockey, football, wrestling, Chinese food, 
math . . . dislikes homework . . . fre- 
quently says, "Never!" 

Honors 10,11; Hockey 11,12. 



CHRISANN THOMPSON 

South Weymouth 

"Chris" . . . enjoys tunes by Patti Page . . . 
likes Fords, pizza, English, comedy pro- 
grams on TV, and playing badminton . . . 
pet peeve, snobby people . . . favorite pas- 
time is driving . . . future as a secretary. 

Dramatic Club 10; Senior Class Banquet 12, 



MARY SULLIVAN 

North Weymouth 

."Sully" ... a friend to everyone . . . 
always laughing . . . will make a good 
medical secretary. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; F.B.L.A. 
Club 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
(60) 11; Mr. Drake's Secretary 12; Fall 
Fling 11; Junior Party 11; Victory Dance 
11. 



GLORIA TABER 

Weymouth 

Gloria . . . known for her smile . . . one 
day she'll be an airlines' receptionist. 

Reflector Art Staff 12; Sophomore Party 
10; Senior Party Committee 12; Junior 
Party 11; Spanish Club 12; Badminton 10, 
11; Field Hockey 10; Softball 10; Tennis 
10; Basketball 10. 



MARION TAUSEVICH 

Weymouth 

Marion . . . full of life . . . likes Rock 
and Roll music, tunes by Little Richard, 
riding in Buicks, and Mr. Kearns' classes 
. . . dislikes homework and "kill joys" . . . 
future as a beautician. 



ROBERT SWEENEY 

East Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . likes music, especially ballads, 
and sports, suth as baseball, football, and 
hotkey . . . M'iss McMorrow is his idea of 
the ideal teacher . . . wants to be an auto 
mechanic. 



Basketball 10,11; 
11. 



Badminton 10; Tennis 




SUSAN TABER 

South Weymouth 

"Sue" ... an all-around girl . . . enjoys 
all sports, especially water skiing and horse- 
back riding . . . hopes to be a model. 

Field Hockey 10,11,12; Volleyball 10,11, 
12; Badminton 10,11,12; Basketball 10,11, 
12; Fashion Show 10,11; Cafeteria Assist- 
ant 10,11,12; F.B.L.A. Club 12. 



WILLIAM TAYLOR 

South Weymouth 

"Bill" . . . hopes to be a commercial artist 
. . . likes Pat Boone, new cars, and Kirk 
Douglas . . . dislikes girls' knee socks . . . 
you'll often find him dancing, playing bas- 
ketball, or watching almost any sport . . . 
bound to be a success. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12. 



ANTHONY TENORE 

Weymouth 

"Tony" . . . likes sports cars, movies, and 
meatballs . . . dislikes tights . . . frequently 
heard saying, "Believe me, it's the truth!" 
. . . favorite pastime is bowling . . . future 
as a hair stylist. 

Football 10; Home Room Messenger 11. 



ALLEN THOMPSON 

South Weymouth 

"Farmer" . . . likes hot rods, Clint Walk- 
er's acting, hockey, football, spaghetti, and 
girls . . . dislikes liver and homework . . . 
future as a utility lineman. 

F.F.A. 10,11,12; Honors 10,11. 



BONNIE TIRRELL 

South Weymouth 

"Bon" . . . likes to sing, dance and skate 
... a future in the advertising world. 

High Honors 11; Honors 10; Student 
Council 11; Miss McMorrow's Secretary 
12; Nominating Committee 12; Cheer- 
leader 11,12; Dance Decorations 11; Jun- 
ior-Senior Assembly 11; F.B.L.A. Club 
11,12; Open House 10,11 . 



of grand old Weymouth High. 



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MARTHA TIRRELL 

South Weymouth 

"Marty" . . . can usually be found typing 
in the Driver Ed. office . . . headed for 
Chandler College. 

Secretary to Mr. Whitmore and Mr. Swan 
12; Field Hockey 10.11; Basketball 10,11; 
Softball 10,11; Badminton 10,11; Cafeteria 
Helper 10. 



PAUL TONRY 

East Weymouth 

Paul . . . happy and gay all day . . . his 
goal is a Naval career . . . often found 
playing pool . . . likes music . . . dis- 
likes girls without cars. 



NANCY TOURTILLOTT 

Weymouth 

"Nan" . . . always smiling . . . dislikes 
conceited boys and homework . . . favorite 
pastime is dancing . . . future as a secretary. 

Spanish Club 10; Junior Party 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate (80) 11; Mr. 
Ritchie's Secretary 12; Volleyball 10. 



JUDITH TOWNSEND 

South Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . wants to be a secretary . . . 
likes records by Johnny Mathis, ice skating, 
Chevrolets, Economics classes, talking on 
the telephone . . . avoids eating hamburg 
and wearing tights . . . often is in contact 
with the South Weymouth Naval Airbase. 

Typewriting Certificate (56) 11; Fashion 
Show 10. 



DAVID TRUFANT 

South Weymouth 

"Dave" . . . reserved and likable . . . likes 
ice hockey, "cool" custom cars, mathe- 
matics, songs by Ricky Nelson, pizza, and 
Jane Powell . . . dislikes crowds and flat 
tires . . . favorite pastime working on auto- 
mobiles . . . future as an engineer. 

Orchestra 10,12; Band 10,12. 



LORNA VanHORN 

East Weymouth 

"Toby" . . . fresh and carefree . . . her 
favorite pastime is bowling . . . we'll be 
looking for her high in the clouds as an 
airline hostess. 

Basketball 10; Class Motto 11,12; Class 
Dues Collector 1 1 ; Senior Nominating 
Committee 12; Honors 10; Junior-Senior 
Assembly 11. 




MARION TROP 

South Weymouth 

"Tootsie" . . . pert and pretty with a won- 
derful personality . . . quite a dancer as 
well ... a good worker . . . our sewing 
teacher's secretary . . . wisely counts her 
calories . . . sure to be a successful secretary. 

Honors 10; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
(80) 12, Secretary to Mrs. Masters 12. 



BEVERLY TUCKER 

Weymouth 

"Bev" . . . quiet and industrious 
pizza, music, Frankie Avalon 



. likes 
dislikes 

getting up in the morning . . . favorite pas- 
time, dabbling in the arts . . . looking for- 
ward to college. 

Basketball 11; Badminton 11. 



SUSAN VEDOE 

North Weymouth 

"Sue" . . . pep and personality . . . likes 
bowling . . . she'll be a good teacher. 

Cheerleader 11,12; Honors 10,11; Re- 
flector Literary Staff 10,11,12; Yearbook 
Home Room Representative 12; Senior 
Prom Committee 12; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 10; Thanksgiving Assem- 
bly 11; Victory Dance 11. 



ELAINE TOCCHIO 

Weymouth 

Elaine . . . friendly dark eyes . . . likes 
sewing . . . plans to attend Chandler Busi- 
ness College to prepare for secretarial work. 

Badminton 12; Volleyball 12; Basketball 
12; Choir 11; Typewriting Certificate (50) 
11; Softball 11; Reflector 12. 



LUCILLE TOURIGNY 

East Weymouth 

"Lucy" . . . pert and pretty . . . enioys 
roller skating . . . future as a private sec- 
retary. 

Fashion Show 10,11; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 12; Assistant Secretary to Miss Stock- 
well 12; Open House 10,11; Class Dues 
Collector 12; Lunch Room Assistant 10,11; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 10. 



THOMAS TOWLE 

East Weymouth 

"Tom" . . . good natured and agreeable 
. . . likes listening to popular music, watch- 
ing football games, and running with the 
track team . . . dislikes homework . . . 
hopes to attend Merrimack College to pre- 
pare for a future in the chemical field. 

Cross Country 10,11; Winter Track 11; 
Spring Track 10,1 1. 




Oh, let the years roll by! 



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ROBERT VERGE 

South Weymouth 



"Steve" 
dirci tor 



. wants to be an advertising 
enjoys all sports. 



Cross Country 10: Winter Trick 10; Cam- 
era Club 12; Radio Club 12; A.V. Club 
10,1 1,12; Lab Assistant 11,12; Book Room 
1 I ; Math Club 10,1 I. 



HARRY VINCI 

Weymouth 

Harry ... a future construction boss . . . 
likes girls, cars, skating, food and the radio 
. . . dislikes trouble makers. 

Student Marshal 10,11,12; Open House 1 1 ; 
Senior Play 1 1 . 



GERARD WALLSTER 

North Weymouth 

"Gerry" ... a future printer compositor 
. . . enjoys working and sports . . . dislikes 
too much homework. 





RHODENA WATT 

North Weymouth 

"Roddie" . . . cheerful and full of pep . . . 
a future foreign trade secretary. 

Cheerleading 11,12; Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee 12; Reflector 
Literary Staff 10,11; Latin Certificate of 
Superior Merit 10; Sports Assemblies 11, 
12; Spanish Club Entertainment Chairman 
11; High Honors 10. 



NANCY WEEKS 

South Weymouth 

"Nan" . . . carefree . . . loves roller skat- 
ing . . . often seen in a red and white '55 
Chevy convertible ... a future Airline 
Hostess. 

Mr. Horrigan's Secretary 12; Cap and 
Gown Committee 12; Class Dues Collector 
12; Attendance Slips 12; Track 11; Soft- 
ball 10. 



ROBERT WEIR 

South Weymouth 

"Bob" . . . one of our real comics . . . 
can usually be seen playing the clarinet 
. . . likes Rock and Roll music, water ski- 
ing, skating, and dislikes salads . . . wants 
to be an officer in the Maritime Service. 

Band 10,11,12; Orchestra 10,11,12; Radio 
Club 12. 



JUDITH VIGDOR 

South Weymouth 

"Judy" . . . personality plus . . . likes jazz, 
tennis . . . dislikes Ro<k and Roll . . . 
future as a legal secretary. 

Senior Class Treasurer 12; Student Coun- 
cil 11,12; Junior Nominaring Committee 
11; Student Marshal 12; Honors 11; Jun- 
ior Party Decoration Committee 1 1 ; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate (60; 11. 



JUDITH VOEGTLIN 

Weymouth 

"Judy" ... a friend to everyone . . . wants 
to be a private secretary . . . likes Rock 
and Roll music, Pat Boone, dancing. 

Mr. Cleaves's secretary 11,12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (80) 12; Honors 10, 
11; Badminton 10,11; Basketball 10; Soft- 
ball 10; Volleyball 10. 



RICHARD WARD 

South Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . likes jazz, songs by J. P. Mor- 
gan, medium-rare steak, science. Mercury 
cars . . . dislikes salami . . . pet peeve is 
careless driving . . . plans to attend Oregon 
State . . . looking to a future as an elec- 
trical engineer. 

Physics Lab Assistant 12; Camera Club 12; 
Projection Club 10,11. 



CAROL WEBBER 

Weymouth 

Carol . . . good natured ... a carefree 
smile . . . likes pizza and steak . . . enjoys 
football . . . often seen at the Landing 
. . . soon to be a secretary. 

Secretary to Mr. Adams 12; Gregg Tran- 
scription Certificate (60) 11; Basketball 
10; Senior Prom Committee 12. 



DAVID WEINFELD 

Weymouth 

"Dave" ... a terrific sports enthusiast 
. . . usually can be seen shooting a basket- 
ball . . . with his friendly voice and per- 
sonality, he'll make a hit in the sports 
world as an announcer. 

Basketball 10,11,12; Baseball 10; Senior 
Nominating 12; Junior-Senior Assembly 
11; Junior Party Entertainment 11. 



DONALD WENTWORTH 

Weymouth 

"Don" . . . quiet and sincere . . . we're 
sure he'll be a success as an engineer. 

Honors 10,11; Key Club Vice President 12; 
Senior Party 12; Lab Assistant 12; Camera 
Club 12; Stationery Committee 12; Foot- 
ball Usher 12; Latin Certificate of Superior 
Merit 10; Radio Club 12; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 11. 



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ur song we raise; 



RONALD WENTWORTH 

Weymouth 

"Ron" . . . very dependable and intelligent 
... a competent future engineer. 

High Honors 10,11; Key Club Treasurer 
12; Lab Assistant 12; Cross Country 10; 
Who's Who 12; Latin Certificate of Hon- 
orable Merit 11; Latin Certificate of Supe- 
rior Merit 10; Camera Club 12; Math Club 
11; Football Usher 12. 



JOHN WHITE 

Abington 

"Jackie" . . . likes outdoor life and in- 
tends to make forestry his profession . . . 
his favorite pastime is having fun . . . en- 
joyed football and basketball while at 
Abington High School. 
F.F.A. 10,11,12. 



GEORGE WHITMAN 

Weymouth 

George ... a talented artist . . . likes 
French fries, potato chips, convertibles, and 
drawing . . . plans to make a career for 
himself in either art or aviation. 

Yearbook Art Staff 12; Door Decoration 
Committee 10,11. 



ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 

North Weymouth 

"Liz" . . . quiet, but very friendly . . . 
wants to be a nurse . . . likes skating, ski- 
ing, hockey, and listening to records . . . 
will make a terrific R. N. 

Future Nurses' Club 10,11; Volleyball 10; 
Softball 10; Badminton 10,11. 



DONNA WILSON 

North Weymouth 

Donna ... a good student . . . loves to eat 
pizza and ride in '54 Fords . . . future 
nurse. 

Future Nurses' Club 10.11; Vice-President 
12; Honors 10; Junior Party Decorations 
11; Dramatic Club 10; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 10; Reflector Advertising 
11; Softball 10. 



JEFFREY WORRICK 

Hingham 

"Jeff" . . . capable and intelligent . . . 
future cartle rancher ... is very active in 
F.F.A. . . . his favorite pastime is skating. 

F.F.A. 10,11,12; Treasurer 11; Vice-Presi- 
dent 1 2; Honors 1 1 . 



CHARLES WHITE 

East Weymouth 

"Charlie" . . . future is undecided . . . 
likes fried clams, American cars, Rock and 
Roll music ... is usually seen working in 
the Book Room . . . favorite pastime is 
sleeping. 

Book Room 10,11. 



HAROLD WHITEHOUSE, JR. 

East Braintree 

"Whittle" ... is a future cabinet making 
teacher . . . dislikes mechanical drawing 
and getting up . . . enjoys pay day. 

Student Government 10,11,12; Student 
Council 11,12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Merit Award 12; High Honor 12; Honor 
Roll 10,11; Cap and Gown Committee 12. 



ROSS WHITTIER 

South Weymouth 

Ross . . . can usually be seen any place 
where there is a car . . . likes Rock and 
Roll music and boating . . . Tufts College 
is Ross' choice . . . soon to be a smart 
pilot. 

Honors 10,11; Cap and Gown Committee 
12. 




JOY WILLIS 

South Weymouth 

Joy . . . that friendly little senior in room 
11... loves to dance and play tennis . . . 
some day she'll make a good office worker. 

Senior Nominating 12; Farewell Assembly 
11; Junior Party 11; Sophomore Nominat- 
ing 10; Sophomore Party 10; Hyvoc Ga- 
zette 10. 



SUSAN WIRTZ 

East Weymouth 

"Sue" . . . dignified and sincere . . . we're 
sure she'll be a success as a doctor. 

Honors 10,11; Class Treasurer 10,11; 
Yearbook Art Editor 12; Yearbook Staff 
11; Reflector Art Staff 10; Junior Morals 
and Spiritual Values 10,11,12; Latin Cer- 
tificare of Honorable Merit 10; Math Club 
10,11; Lab Assistant 12. 



RICHARD WUEST 

South Weymouth 

"Dick" . . . wants to join the Air Force 
after graduation . . . enjoys Rock and Roll 
music, Doris Day, and Fords . . . strangely 
enough, his pet peeve is going to school 
. . . can be seen working after school. 



loud rings the praise 




ALLAN YOUNG 

East Weymouth 

"Bungie" ... a good mechanic . . . enjoys 
building stock tars . . . frequently seen at 
the Norwood Arena. 

Student Council 1 2. 



PAULA YOUNG 

North Weymouth 

Paula . . . friendly . . . loves cameras and 
photography . . . can usually be seen t.ilk 
ing . . . likes to skate . . . will some day 
be in the medical field. 

Camera Club 12; Baseball 10,11; Basket- 
ball 10; Christmas Door Decorations 10, 
Rejlector Staff 10. 



CAMERA SHY 



EDWARD CONROY 

South Weymouth 

"Eddy" . . . cheerful on Monday mornings 
. . . listens to the radio . . . wants to be a 
salesman . . . loves to talk, read, and drive 
. . . pet peeve is waiting for people . . . 
plans to attend college. 

Lunch Room Assistant 10. 



EDMUND GEYER 

North Weymouth 

"Mike" . . . enjoys listening to phonograph 
records . . . looks forward to a future in 
engineering. 

Basketball 10,11,12; High Honors 10,11; 
Who's Who Committee 12. 



GLENN MACLEOD 

Weymouth 

Glenn ... a good photographer . . . likes 
Miss Toomey, physics, the guitar, and 
pizza . . . avoids people who constantly 
try to confuse basic issues . . . soon to 
attend the U. S. Naval Academy. 



GAIL REINHART 

North Weymouth 

Gail . . . her ambition is to be a secretary 
. . . likes James Arness, bowling, and ice 
skating . . . pet peeve is people who don't 
respond to one's questions. 

Badminton 10,11; Spanish Club 10; Bas- 
ketball 10,11; Choir 10,11. 



LAWRENCE RUDOLPH 

East Weymouth 

"Rudy" . . . reserved and artistic . . . likes 
bowling, Fords, sea food, and quiz pro- 
grams . . . dislikes English, problems of 
democracy, and homework . . . may be 
found drawing in his spare time. 



of grand old Weymouth High! 




APPRECIATION 

"...each man is preferred according 
to his virtue or to the esteem in which 
he is held for some special excel' 
lence;.,." — Thucydides 



We remember ♦ 

Coming together in these halls from several schools , 
Meeting new friends and losing ourselves in its vastness 
Watching the football games, inspired with loyalty; 
Attending the Victory Dance and other get'togethers, 
Taking leave of school for the Christmas vacation, 
Cheering for the basketball, track, and hockey teams; 
Realizing an integral feeling now instilled in us, 
Laughing and finding new friends — our Sophomore Party, 
Dashing into the water, basking in the sun— our outing; 
Returning from vacation, ready to start another year; 
Combining sports and socials with our studies, 
Enjoying again the Victory Dance and Junior Party, 
Feeling cheerful at the outing, then leaving for vacation; 
Conceiving the great importance of our last year. 
Desiring everything to be the very best, 

Thanking God, our parents, our teachers for these happy years. 
Encouraging our teams as they played for the last time, 
Building deeper friendships to be counted on tomorrow, 
Preparing ourselves for our respective future goals, 
Planning our daily lives and acquiring knowledge, 
Thanking God, our parents, our teachers for these happy years. 



— Susan Wirtz 




while the music brought looks of admiration 





EDUCATION 



From contemplation one may become 
wise, hut knowledge comes only from 
study." — A. Edward Newton 



94 

BEGINNING OF THE DAY 



We arise, bright-eyed 




ready to face another day. 





First stop is the home room, 



r J n HE buses unload. Some students rush in to 
finish homework; some linger to chat or joke. 
The bell- rings. A general hubbub ensues as every- 
one rushes, bumping elbows, dropping and re- 
covering notebooks, to his home room seat. 

General silence drops heavily as the teacher's 
"Good Morning" is followed by the announce- 
ments, the Bible reading, and the prayer. Then 
we renew our Pledge of Allegiance to our flag. 




and then we slip past (he guardians 



to meet in Ihe corridors. 



catching up on the latest news 





We roam 'til 8:20 




and checking our homework 



A few minutes now, time to collect ourselves 
and our books, and at the sound of the bell every- 
body is on the move to his first class. There is a 
friendly, noisy bustle in the corridor. Teachers 
standing outside their doors nod and smile as we 
go by. Then the corridors empty like a church 
after services, and the class rooms fill, papers 
rustle, books open, glasses are adjusted and the 
work begins. 





8:35 — The stampede begins. 



until the attendance slips go down. 



Mr. DiSessa checks on accuracy. 



'The tangent of forty-five degrees is one.' 



COLLEGE 



'J'he college course at Weymouth High School 
was planned to give students a solid prepar- 
ation for college. The usual academic subjects 
are taught with a view of training pupils to do 
individual thinking and creative work, as well 
as to learn basic facts on which to build future 
knowledge and wisdom. 

Always alert to pass on to pupils new ideas for 
improved education, Weymouth is offering this^ 
year a special course in experimental physics pre 
pared by a group of physicists at Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology. Most of Weymouth 
High School's serious students are rewarded by 
being accepted at the college of their choice. 

Below: Miss White explains Hardy's fatalistic attitude. 




Left: Thomes Monaco reads 
with "savior faire." 



Below: Diane Brayshaw points out the Confederate States. 




Miss Hackett helps Norman Burke with his Miss Hill dictates; the class writes, 

comptometer. 

r jJ~ , HKRE are many excellent opportunities for young 
people in the business world today. Weymouth 
High School offers a variety of courses in preparation 
for this work. Bookkeeping, typing, accounting, and 
such courses are presented with meticulous attention 
to accuracy. IVforeover, these courses are combined 
with subjects like history, science and English. The 
English course includes business English, letter 
writing, spelling and literature to develop in the stu- 
dents a love and appreciafffHi of the classics. 

Any /student who works conscientiously in the Wey- 
mouth High School Hwsrhess department will have 
no difficulty in obtaining or holding an interesting 
and lucrative position as a secretary, typist, or other 
office employee. 




Below: Charlene Query works with the electric 
mimeograph. 



Below: Elaine Tocchio uses the audograph. 




Nancy Gill is awaits Mr. Richie's approval. 



GENERAL 





Left to right: Mr. Donovan, Diane Worth, Philip Bryant in Social 
Studies. 



Miss Young teaches Sophomores General Business. 



Study hall at Weymouth High. 



any students, when they are in high 
schools, have not yet decided what the) | 
would like to do in life. For them the Wey 
mouth High School provides the General 
Course. The curriculum offers an introduc- 
tion to several interests, like general scienc 
and mathematics. The courses give a broade: 
perspective of the subjects taught, with less 
attention to working out particular prob- 
lems. 

Such Courses like civics and history give 
background, and English, all important, in- 
cludes writing, spelling, and literature. 

In this department students prepare for 
such positions as clerks in stores and tele- 
phone operators, or they may use their know- 
ledge as a basis for more particular vocational 
training. 



Mr. McCarthy teaches remedial reading. 





Marilyn Miller and Patricia Dennehy set the table for guests. 



Myra LaMontagne and Ruth Davidson work with ceramics. 



Chrisann Thompson, April Nelson, Donna 
Pratt, Anne Faustini. 






[uniors left to right: (seated) Constance Wells, Joan Freeman. 
And (standing) Judith Quill, Cynthia Weston. 

CREATIVE ARTS 



HTiiE creative arts, mechanical drawing, art, 
and home economics, are very popular at 
Weymouth High School. Future engineers learn 
to letter neatly and draw exactly in mechanical 
drawing classes. 

The art course includes water color, oil, char- 
coal, block printing, and many other media 
which make it possible for students to acquire 
many and varied artistic skills. 

In home economics classes future seamstresses, 
cooks, or just plain housewives learn the tricks of 
their trade. Beautiful garments are created, in 
sewing classes. Delicious meals are prepared in 
the kitchen; but that is only a part of the food 
course which also deals with nutrition, dietetics, 
and budgeting. 

Linda Lutfy is fitted for a dress by Sandra 
Jenkins, Nancy Flynn and Sandra St. Pierre. 




Left to right: Robei I Clauss, NCAS Croup Leader, 
and Albert Melanson. 



Wayne Bicknell sealed on a tractor. 



AGRICULTURE 



""eymouth High School is indeed fortunate 
to have under its roof a branch of the Nor- 
folk County Agricultural School. This course 
offers good training in all phases of agrictdture. 
The "Aggie" boys get instruction in care of live- 
stock, plants, trees and shrubs. 

Their working year doesn't end in June as does 
that of the other students in the school. Each boy 
must take a summer job in a field related to agri- 
culture. Inspectors visit these workers and mark 
them on their progress. Practical experience 
added to theoretical knowledge is what makes 
the Weymouth agricultural students in such 
great demand tor this type of work. 



Below, left to right: Charles 
Hardwick and Wayne Hit knell 
tend livestock. 




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Below, left to right: Walter Fitts; Mr. Cornell, NCAS 
Instructor; Robert Rverson; Frederick Bates»and William 
Richmond. 



Below, left to right: Alfred Neuman, Robert Clauss, 
Robert Ryerson, Charles Hardwick and Jeffery Worrick. 



Kenneth Harris operates on the wheel. Glen Jackson, Kenneth Harris, and Ronald Adler check the 

engine. 

AUTO MECHANICS 




r J 1 HE intricacies of an automobile engine are no 
mystery to Weymouth High's auto mechanic 
students. They receive instruction in all phases 
of automobile repair, including work with the 
newest automobile designs. The boys get prac- 
tical experience by reparing the teachers' and 
students' cars, and seem to satisfy their "cus- 
tomers." Boys trained as auto mechanics at Wey- 
mouth High are in demand at any service station 
that needs a good mechanic. 



Anthony Facella and Robert Chandler assist each other. 



Robert Daly and Edward McMann do a repair job. 



Below, left to right: Ronald Paskell and Stanley 
Petersen prepare the dimensions. 




CABINETMAKING 



Left to right: Albert Gray and Lynn Hallifax relax for a moment 



Left to right: Daniel Kaiser and Phillip Berio work in the shop. 



r Jj~ l HE boys in the Cabinetmaking shop at Wey- 
mouth Vocational School receive excellent 
first hand experience in the design and construc- 
tion of furniture. They provide fine furnishings 
for the home constructed each year by members 
of the Carpentry Course. Orders ranging from 
ripple tanks for the Physics Laboratory to cab- 
inets for the teachers are constantly being re- 
ceived. When a boy graduates from the Cabinet- 
making course, he is a respected craftsman in his 
chosen field. 



Left to right: Edward Melchin and Mr. Dwyer prepare the 
wood for building. 



Frederick Gallagher puts the finishing touches on a new cabin 



eft to right: Robert Loukola and Frederick Gallagher put 




Above, left to right: Mr. Carlson and 
Thomas Connors place the position of 
wood. 



Left to right: John Faubert, Dennis Blake and James Smith. 

CARPENTRY 

JpACH year the students in the Carpentry course 
at Weymouth Vocational School gain a tre- 
mendous amount of experience by actually build- 
ing a house. This outstanding project entails 
every detail of construction from the pouring of 
the foundations to the last shingle on the roof. 
With the skillful guidance of their instructors, 
the boys learn to transform quantities of lum- 
ber and concrete into a beautiful and liveable 
home. Through this study the students will soon 
make their contributions to our ever- expanding 
American economy. 



Below, left to right: William Curran, Mr. Carlson, Harry Vinci; Ronald 
Paskell and Thomas Connors. 



Left to right: William Earl and Maurice Murphy place 
the shingles. 




Left to right: William Lawson and George Dewing proof read 
the material. 



Wayne Jenkins runs the press. 



PRINTING 



TThe Print Shop is certainly an important part 
of the Weymouth school system. While learn- 
ing the operation of presses, the linotype, the 
ludlow and many other necessary machines, the 
boys print a large amount of material for prac- 
tical use. The printed matter of the Reflector and 
the Campus are two main projects. Also the ap- 
prentice printers supply tickets, posters, pro- 
grams and schedules for many school activities. 
With training like this, our boys will make first 
rate printers. 



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Left to right: Edwin Gronberg is assisted by Mr. Perry. 



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Left to right: Edward Boucher and Mr, 

Campus. 



Collins set type for the 





Richard Lane completes a soldering job. 




William McLearn uses a saw. 



Robert Faghan has just finished a welding job. 



SHEET METAL 



TThe Sheet Metal course produces skilled 
workers for industry. By being instructed in 
all aspects of the trade, students become experts 
in sheet metal work. While constructing and in- 
stalling the heating system for the house that is 
an important part of the vocational school cur- 
riculum, sheet metal students apply the know- 
ledge they have learned in their classrooms and 
shops. Instruction in soldering, sanding, and the 
use of new electric tools is included in this 
course. These boys will be a welcome addition 
to the industrial development of America. 



Wilfred MacDonald presses the metal. 






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THOSE WHO 
HAVE HELPED 



US . . . 



Marshals, left to right: (front row) Sheila Fitzgerald, 
Maureen Barbuto, Jean Dunning, Judith D'Ambrosia, 
Judith Vigdor, Sandra Thibault, Rebecca Grant. And 
(middle row) William Brown, Susan Curtis, Flora 
Dinucci, Marcia Hanabury, Christine Anderson, Irene 
Bush, Ronald Brackett, Joseph Curro. And (back 
row) Ronald Hobson, Walter Patstone, Carl Bersani, 
Kenneth Margeson, David Carlson, David Crocker, 
Lawrence Carella, Richard Hoole 



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Cafeteria, left to right: (standing) Mrs. Maudena 
Embree, Mrs. Margaret Gillan, Miss Helen Platts, 
Mrs. Josephine Wheeler, Mrs. Frances Laniewski. And 
(seated) Mrs. Elizabeth Matheson, Mrs. Adeline 
Wolfe, Miss Eva Skala, Mrs Ragnhild Swanson, Mrs. 
Hazel Mell. 



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Custodians, left to right: Norman Ryerson, Joseph 
Lynch, Charles Bulter, Arthur M. Cicchese. Frank 
T. Puopolo, Alfred P. Cicchese. 



c. 




^hf. sixth period begins to drag. The teach- 
er has come to the front desk as if to hold 
closer her class attention. One sly glance at 
the clock, then another! A soft rustle of col- 
lecting papers warns of the scheduled an- 
nouncements and the dismissal bell. 

A few students have to stay to visit with 
teachers; others remain for extra-curricular 
activities or sports. Most of the students laugh- 
ing, chattering, or making dates, spill into the 
corridors, a boisterous, unrestrained but 
orderly throng of young Americans. The 
school day is over. 




At long last, quiet. 




Oh, why did I talk in English class? 



Laughter still rings in the hall. 



COOPERATION 



"Every duty which we omit obscures 
some truth we should have known." 

— John Ruskin 





eymouth High School is proud of this year's 
Student Council. Under the leadership of John 
Berg and with the help of Donna Peterson, Vice- 
President; Karen Hanson, Recording Secretary; 
Irene Bush, Corresponding Secretary; and William 
Brown, Treasurer, the Council has sponsored four 
dances, a Morgan Memorial Drive, a talent show 
and a five hundred dollar scholarship. 

Besides planning social and charitable affairs 
and acquiring money for the desires of the student 
body, the councilors have attended several con- 



ventions. They were indebted to Mr. Drake for his 
sound guidance. 

Committee chairmen were as follows: Dance, San- 
dra Russell; Dance Decoration, Elaine Baxter; 
Dance Publicity Marcia Hannabury; Boosters, Cyn- 
thia Dibble and Flora Denucci; Stationery, Roberta 
Little; Awards, Honors, and Scholarships, Judith 
Vigdor; Bulletin Boards, Diane Brown; World 
Wide Affairs, Joyce MacDonald; and Busses for 
Football Games, Martha Kilman. 



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Mr. Drake, Adviser. 




Left to right: (seated) M;n<ia Hanabury, Elaine Baxter. And (standing) 
Judith Vigdor, Natalie Shober, Sandra Russell, Flora Dinucci, Joan Sewall, 
Jane Belcher. 





Left to right: (seated) Joyce Macbonald, April Nelson, Martha Kiiman. 
And (standing) William Hale, James Melvin, John Donovan, Heather 
Budden. Diane Brown. 





Left to right: (seated) Ann West, Carole Morris, Constance How- 
lett. And (standing) Michael Grahle, Kenneth Margeson, George 
Hurst. 





Left to right: Donna Peterson, 
John Berg. 



Left to right: William Brown, Karin Hanson, 
Irene Bush. 




Left to right: Copy Assistant, Irene DiFeli 
and Editor, Carol Nelson 



YEARBOOK 





Claire Goldthwaite, Editor-in-Chief. 
Miss Gilmore, Yearbook Advisor. 



"^^ith a larger senior class the staff has had to do a greater 
amount of writing, checking photographs and names, 
pasting and planning than in other years. Buried in a mound 
of paper work were Claire Goldthwaite, Editor-in-Chief; and 
Susan Allen and John Berg, Assistant Editors. Our talented 
Art Editor, Susan Wirtz and our dynamic Photographic Editor, 
Judith Kelley, were a great asset in planning the material 
and Carol Lee Nelson, our dependable Copy Editor was as- 
sisted by Irene DiFelice. 

Miss Gilmore, our advisor, was a great source of strength. 




Left to right: Wayne Jenkins, Mr. Perry, Edward 




Home Room Representatives. Left to right: (from 
row) Mary Ellen Grant, Mycc Moakley, Christine 
Anderson. And (middle row) Marilyn Dionnc, Susan 

Vedoe. And (top) Guy Henry, Photographer. 



Left to right: Jack Berg, Susan Allen, Claire Goldthwaite, Susan Wirtz 




Jack Berg, Assistant Editor. 



Susan Allen, Assistant Editor. 



Judith Kelley, Photographic Editor. 




Advertising Staff. Left to right: (standing) Ivy Nott, 
Joan Hamilton, Judith Elms, Carol Jacobsen, Joanne 
McCarthy. And (seated) Mr. Blanchard. 



Junior Staff. Left to right: (front row) Dianne 
Hanchay, Lorraine Sliva, Niomi Just. And 
(middle row) Sally Lawrence, Linda Jonason. 
And (top) Gary Robinson. 



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Dian Crocker, Editor-in-Chief. 








Left to right: (seated) Elaine Tocchio, Pauline Lelievre, Cheryl 
DeMeule, Diane Little. 

Left to right: (standing) Judith Palmer, Janice Phillips, Ruth 
Davidson. 





Left to right: (front row) Jean Connack, Karlyn Klasson, 
Susan Curtis, Ardis Martell. 

Left to right: (back row) Carolyne Andrews, Elizabeth 
Hughes, Pauline Salvucci, Mildred Tulip. 



Left to right: (seated) Cheron Laboissonniere, Dianne 
Hanchay. 

Left to right: (standing) Noel Nickerson, Lorraine Sliva, 
Patricia Long. 




Left to right: Ivy Nott, Davwl Crocker, Natalie Shober, Ronald Hobson, Carolyn 
Hackett. 



Mr. Horrigan, Adviser. 



r EYMOUTH is proud of The Reflector, iis high sc hool magazine. 
The pupils working on the magazine should be commended 
for their creative covers, crossword teasers and interesting features 
on school sports, activities and events. The staff would like to 
thank all the talented students who contributed to the literary sec- 
tion of the magazine. 

The Reflector staff for the year has been Editor-in-chief, Dian 
Crocker; Assistant Editor, Natalie Shober; Art Editor, Catherine 
Muirhead; Girls' Sports Editor, Carolyn Hackett; Boys' Sports 
Editor, David Crocker. 




Left to right: Gloria Taber. And (standing) Cynthia 
Carlson, Alyce Moakly, Nancy Dame, Cathryn 
Muirhead. 




Cathryn Muirhead, Art Editor 




Left to right: (seated) Lucille Janelle, Helen McCarthy, Margaret Nicholson, Barbara Gould 
Cheryl DeMeule. And (standing) Patricia Holbrook, Patricia Carini, Geraldine Osborn, Carol 
Jacobsen, Joan Hamilton, Linda McDormand, Leona Runci, Janet LaRose, Carol Maraget 
Patricia Payne. 6 ' 



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JUNIOR MORAL AND 



SPIRITUAL VALUES 



COMMITTEE 




'JpHE Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee was formed in 1955 as a special committee of the 
Student Council. Its primary purpose was to study the lasting values upon which our democracy is based 
and to bring these values to the attention of the student body. 

Among the values considered most important for successful living were reverence, respect, co-operation 
courage, appreciation, responsibility, faith, kindness, self-discipline, purity and courtesy. 

Activities of the committee during the four year period have included assemblies, community projects, 
Americanism award, signs, library bookmarks, Reflector articles, selection of a prayer for the Yearbook, and 
most recently, the drafting of a teenage code. 





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"JpHE 1958-1959 school year was an active and 
rewarding one for the Future Nurses. 

This year's highlights included visits to local 
hospitals, instruction with first-aid films, talks 
by nurses about their profession and a joint 
panel discussion by Nurse Corps officers from 
the Army, Navy, and Air Force, regarding 
Service Nursing for registered nurses. Also, the 
Norfolk South District Medical Society Auxiliary 
entertained us at Gordon House in Quincy, and 
had students escort us through the Quincy City 
Hospital and through the nurses' home. 

The officers this year are Stephanie Elliot, 
President; Carol Guinette, Vice President; Jane 
Carmichael, Sophmore Treasurer; Katherine 
McMorrow, Junior Treasurer. 

Left to right: (row one) Theodora Nicholas, Charlotta McKay, 
Patricia Oliverio. And (row two) Lois McLeod, Blanid Cullen, 
Constance Howlett, Mary Towle. And (row three) Elizabeth 
Lemon, Barbara Eck, Dorothy Breen, Linda Simpson. 



Top to bottom: 
Stephanie Elliot, 
Carol Guinette, 
Jane Carmichael, 
Paula Cowen, 
Kathleen McMorrow. 




Left to right: (front row) Joan Pettograsso, Noel Nickerson, Linda Peterson, 
Marilyn Badger. And (rear row) Martha Leikus, Donna Carroll, Marion Badavas! 
Sandra St. Pierre, Margaret Hatch. 




Lefl to right: fean Mac Donald. Jacqueline Happel. And (kneeling) Marilyn 
Millei Corinne Drinan, Gail Sullivan, Paula Cowen. Linda Crawford, Linnea 
Olander. And (standing) Lynne Geever, Dorothy Shute, Mary Connor. Margaret 
MacDonald, Elizabeth Ring, Patricia Liley, Diane Redman, Ruth Randall. 



Miss Stock well, Adviser. 





F 
U 



I .eft to right: (front) Dian Crocker, Beverly Pantano, Nancy Wollaston. And Miss Pearson, Adviser 
(rear) Nancy White, Maureen McNulty, Freda Denovan, Joanne Clark, Judith 
Elms, Carol Tcnney, Janice Ralph. 




Left to right: (front) Jane Belcher, Jean Cormack. And (rear) Edna Nelson, 
Donna Sweet, Sandra Teed, Linda Phillips, Maryellen Callahan, Karen 
Busch, Linda Daniele, Cynthia Dibble. 

Left to right: (front) Linda Lutfy, Eleanor Fay. And (rear) Sandra Jenk'ins, 
Patricia Chalet, Judith Wenmark, Linda Jonason, Lucille Comeau, Ann 
Griffin. Ruthanne Elder. 




Bottom to top: Priscilla Chick, Kath- 
leen Davis, Barbara Bingham, Ivy 
Nott. 



^he weymouth branch of the 
Future Teachers of America 
club was organized for the purpose 
of stimulating an interest in the 
teaching profession. 

Teachers from various fields 
have spoken at informal meetings 
and have answered many of the 
students' questions. The members 
had first-hand experience by visit- 
ing and observing classes in the 
Weymouth elementary schools. 

The officers of the Future Teach- 
ers of America Club are as follows: 
President, Ivy Nott; Vice President, 
Barbara Bingham; Secretary, Kathy 
Davis; Treasurer, Priscilla Chick. 



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Left to right: (front row) Patricia Oliverio, Marilyn Murray, Janice Olinto, Ada Miss D. McGregor, A 
Farrelly, Dorothy Frederick, Roberta Grant, Paula Finlayson, Carmelita Goodine. 
And (middle row) Sally Blake. Jean Dugas, Joan Cadnian, Carol Nevergelt, Eliza- 
beth Schauer, Judith IV Ambrosia, Jean White, Regina Ripley, Carolyne Salvaggi, 
Mary Ellen Rae, Ann Brazo, And (back row} Jean DeCoste, Beverly Cheney, Joanne 
Hession, Cynthia Linges, Marianne Potts, Corinne Biackett, Nancy Hewitt, Louise 
Day, Priscilla Hopkinson, Leona Runci. 



FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 



'"JpHE officers for 1958-59 are Patricia Bowman, President; Lawraine Fall and Elizabeth Schauer, 
Vice-Presidents; Marianne Potts, Secretary; and Diane Blakeman, Treasurer. 

Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Mac Gregor, the F. B. L. A. has accomplished another suc- 
cessful year in encouraging strong, aggressive business leadership at Weymouth High. Programs 
have been designed to discuss problems and opportunities in employment and to groom students for 
their work. The social events include a Christmas party, talent show, Chinese auction, and a pic- 
nic, The chapter projects are to assist the local March of Dimes and, by selling school pins, to raise 
funds for the presentation of an award to the outstanding senior in business education. 




Lefl to right: (front) Irene DiFelice. And (rear) Marjo- 
ri< [ohnson, Mary Housman, Myra LaMontagne, Joanne 
M( Carl In , Bonnie I irrell. 



Left to right: (front) Patricia Bowman. And (rear) Law- 
raine Fall, Elizabeth Schauer, Marianne Potts, Diane 
Blakeman. 




Left to right: Elizabeth McDonald, Ann McShane, Arlene 
Murphy, Mary Ann Sullivan, Elizabeth McCaffrey, Barbara 
Nicholson, Mary Lou Barton, Geraldine Osborn. 



Left to right: (seated) Mary Housman, Priscilla Bates. And 
(standing) Louise Hebert, Marjorie Johnson, Frances John- 
ston, Barbara Laniewski, Sharon Brown. 




Left to right: Lawraine Fall, Ann Bzdula, Cheryl DeMeule, 
Patricia Bowman, Marilyn Dionne, Linda Ahlquist, loan 
McCarthy, Bonnie Tirrell. 



Left to right: Janice Haygarth, Geraldine Cicchese, Katherine 
McCarthy, Carol Webber, Martha Tirrell, Rita Martin, 
Nancy Weeks, Priscilla Osgood. 



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Left to right: Patricia Anderson, Geraldine Osborn, Cynthia Hatch, Margaret 
Hern. 



JP>LANNED ACTIVITIES, Such aS visits tO 

the Boston Public Library, the 
Harvard library, and similar insti- 
tutions had to be cancelled because of 
the bus strike. However, the members 
of the club visited the Boston Globe 
building and attended a Christmas 
party at the Hingham High School 
library. A trip to Quincy High was 
cancelled because of the snow storm 
in February. The Library Club met 
on alternate Mondays and had parties 
celebrating Christmas and St. Valen- 
tine's Day. 

The officers of the club are Mary 
O'Brien, President; Jana Nista, Vice- 
President; Joyce Bailey, Secretary; 
and Lorraine Sliva, Treasurer. 




CLUB 



Left to right: Mary O'Brien, Jana Nista, Joyce 
Bailey, Lorraine Sliva. 




Left to right: 
Donnelly. 



Linda Craven, Diane Norcott, Joan Pettograsso, John 



Left to right: Richard Slack, Gail Parnaby, Ann 
Christopher, Josephine Bocchino. 



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T 




CLUB 



he purpose of the Spanish Club is to 
familiarize students of Spanish with 
the history, culture and customs of the 
Spanish people. 

One of the most entertaining projects 
of the club was the Christmas party, with 
its "pinata" patterned after the Christ- 
mas celebration in Spain. In the fall Miss 
Gilmore gave an illustrated lecture 
about the places she visited in Spain. At 
another meeting Orlando Rajas, a stu- 
dent from Costa Rica, gave an enlight- 
ening description of his country. The 
last meeting, the outing, was a very 
happy occasion. 

The officers of the club are Linda Ahl- 
quist President; Mary Ellen Grant, Vice- 
President; Judith Palmer, Secretary; 
Laura Burrell, Treasurer; and Elaine 
Baxter, Refreshment Chairman. Mrs. 
Bedell and Mrs. Derry are this year's 
advisers. 



Left to right: (front row) Cynthia Shea. Charlotta McKay, Jean White, 
Judith Wenmark, Carol Tenney. And (back row) Joyce Nicoletti, Janet 
Thomas, Susan Turner, Nancy Wollaston, Anne West, Nancy White, 
Lois MacLeod, Elizabeth Lemon, Martha Leikus. 




Left to right: (front row) Constance Carino, Joyce Abruzzese, Bar- 
bara Pitts, Judith Kelley. And (back row) Linda Moffett, Phyllis 
Briggs, Cynthia Carlson, Judith Elms, Janet Bronchuk, Linda Jacob- 
son, Joan Hopkinson. 



Left to right: (row one) Priscilla Mullin, Jean 
Larsen, Marcia Dillon. And (row two) Anne 
Furullo, Maria Badavas, Carol Steinemer. And 
(row three) Carol Serino, Diane Norcott, Carole 
Boynton, Linda Daniele, Karen Busch. 



u 

D 
I 

O 

VISUAL AIDS 




Left to right: Paul Casperson, Ronald Crocker, Ernest 
Le Clair, Martin Melamed, Douglas Welsh. 




Mr. Cleaves, Director 




Douglas Fcrnald plays back the tape. 




Left to right: Stephen Verge, Alan Osterweil, Francis Milmore, 
Stephen Walker, John Van Gorder. 



j^/jjEMBERS of the Audio-Visual Club, popularly 
known in Weymouth High School as the 
A-V Club, run all A-V equipment used in the 
classrooms. When a teacher wants an educational 
movie, he calls the A-V Club. Besides showing 
films, the club members are responsible for and 
take care of all microphones, lighting and simi- 
lar equipment. 

The A-V Club member is the teacher's right- 
hand man. He strives to stay abreast of all 
modern advancements in the field and makes 
sure that he and his fellow members are thor- 
oughly familiar with the equipment. 

Managers of the club are Douglas Fernald and 
Daniel Jacques. Mr. James Steel is the adviser. 




Left to right 
(front row 
I 'a ul Casperson, 
Robert Kirk- 
land. And 
(back row) 
Ronald Crocker, 
Guy Henry, 
Lawrence Hills. 



^JpiiK Key Club develops strong social 
civic consciousness and responsibilities 
and trains for community leadership. Its 
chief project is raising money for a one 
hundred dollar scholarship. For this pur- 
pose the club conducts a scrap drive and 
a car wash. Besides the scholarship effort, 
the club gave a Christmas package to a 
needy family. 

The field trips taken by the club this 
year included a visit to the State House, 
inspection of the water works, and tours 
of Electro Switch and Proctor and Gamble 
companies. 

The officers of the Key Club are David 
Crocker, President; Donald Wentworth, 
Vice-President; Joseph Curro, Secretary; 
and Ronald Wentworth; Treasurer. 




A guest speaker begins his address 



Left to right: Frederick Hills, Arthur 
Patstone, Thomas Daniele, Bruce 
Stevens. 




Mr. John Delahunt, Adviser. 




Left to right: 
Ronald Went- 
worth, Joseph 
Curro, Donald 
Wentworth, 
David Crocker. 



CLUB 



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Left to right: Donald Wentworth, Guy Henry, Ronald Went- 
worth. 



Left to right: Thomas Danielc, Guy Henry, Robert Ham- 
mond. 




Left to right: Mary Reams, Pauline Lelievre, Stephen Verge, Paula Young 
Mary Housman. 




JJ"ust one year old, the Camera Club has 
promoted many profitable activities 
connected with photography. The offi- 
cers are Guy Henry, President; Ronald 
Wentworth, Vice President; Paula 
Young, Secretary; and Donald Went- 
worth, Treasurer. Under the guidance of 
Mr. Ghiorse the club has done work with 
developing, printing, and oil coloring. 
The club has also sponsored contests, 
field trips, and visits to outside studios. 




Left to right: Lawrence Hills, Ronald Crocker, Donald 
Wentworth, Ronald Wentworth, David Crocker. 



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HThis year saw the creation of a new club at 
Weymouth High School, the Amateur 
Radio Club, which was open to any high school 
student. 

Under the guidance of Mr. Carpenter, the club 
has elected officers and made drafts for a consti- 
tution. In the future, members plan to operate a 
school radio station, participate in field day out- 
ings, and conduct contests. 

It is the purpose of the Amateur Radio Club 
to provide assistance to students in securing an 
amateur radio operator's license and to sponsor 
a school station. 

The officers for this year are: President, John 
Newton; Vice President, Arthur Patstone; Secre- 
tary, Peter Naylor; Treasurer, Peter Carlson. 




Mr. Carpenter, Advisor. 




■eft to tight: William Marshman, Kenneth Knowles, Arthur Left to right: Frederick Hills, Edwin Laramee, Robert Ham- 
■allant, Stephen Brown, William O'Connor, Charles Adams. mond, Walter Patstone. 



RADIO CLUB 



128 




Left to right: Kenneth Hanson, Ronald Wentworth, Frederick Hills, 
Mr. Carpenter. 



Left to right: Susan Wirtz, Bruce Stevens, Guy Henry, 
Robert Kirkland. 

r JJ~ , HE officers of the Physics Laboratory 
Assistants for this year were Robert Kirk- 
land, President; Guy Henry, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Susan Wirtz, Secretary. Bruce Stevens 
was in charge of equipment and Bruce 
Benson was in charge of inventory. The 
other Physics Laboratory Assistants were 
Ronald Wentworth, Richard Ward, Don- 
ald Wentworth, Natalie Glidden, Roswell 
Hall, Frederick Hills, and Dian Crocker. 

The Chemistry Laboratory Assistants, 
who took care of equipment and the prepa- 
ration of solutions, were John Kelly, John 
Goddard, Peter Ficket, Leonard Flathers, 
and Joan Austin. 




Lefl to right: Robert Kirkland, Leonard Flathers, Mr. Camp- Lcft "> right: John Kelley, John Goddard, I'cicr Fkkctt. 

bell, Joan Austin. 



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Joseph Curro 



Left to right: Natalie Shober and Donna Peterson. 



ORATORICAL CONTEST 



JJ^OR the second consecutive year 
there were two winners in the 
annual American Legion Oratori- 
cal Contest sponsored jointly by 
two Legion Posts, the George R. 
Bean Post Number 401 and Wey- 
mouth Post Number 79. 

The winners of the ten minute 
discourse on The Constitution of 
the United States, Natalie Shober 
and Donna Peterson, overcame a 
field of eight other semi-finalists. 
Each winner received a fifty dollar 
scholarship. Natalie Shober repre- 
sented Legion Post Number 79 of 
East Weymouth and Donna Peter- 
son represented Bean Legion Post 
Number 401 of South Weymouth. 
Robert Curro was chosen as an al- 
ternate. 




Joseph Curro, Dian Crocker, Natalie Shober, Donna Peterson, Ruth Davidson, Dana 
Gould. 



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SENIOR 




CLASS 



PLAY 




SENIOR CLASS PLAY 
Turn Back The Clock 

Evelyn — Natalie Shober 
Mrs. Anna Palmer — Jean Roanowicz 
Sally Palmer — Patricia Bowman 
Irene Isherwood — Irene Bush 
Maybelle Harrison — Donna Peterson 
Hilda — Tove Kraft 
Phyllis McSorley — Judy Voegtlin 
Barbara Bannister — Cathryn Muirhead 
Charlie Hill — David Crocker 
Johnny Stone — Walter Patstone 
Mr. Arthur Palmer — David Weinfeld • 
Larry Pa Im er — Michael Hassan 
Chubby Bascom be — Thomas Daniel 
Ollie Bannister — William Caufield 

DANCERS 



Lois MacLeod 
Rhodena Watt 
Nancy Stonehouse 
Linda Smith 
Christine Anderson 
Lorna Van Horn 



Dana Gould 
William Hale 
Brian Kelly 
William Lewis 
Kenneth Mellor 
Ronald Wentworth 





Left to right: Patricia Bowman, Michael Hassan. 



Left to right: Donna Peterson, Patricia Remondini, Pat' 
ricia Bowman, Tove Kraft. Irene Bush, Natalie Shober, 
Michael Hassan. 



Above, left to right: Jean Roanowicz, Michael Hassan. 
Below, left to right: David Weinfeld, Tove Kraft/ 



Above, left to right: Patricia Remondini, Michael Hassan, Irene 
Below, left to right: Jean Roanowicz, David Weinfeld. 




HpHE lights dimmed; all chatter ceased. An air 
of expectancy fell over the auditorium, 
while backstage the last minute commotion con- 
tinued. Lines were hastily reviewed. A stage 
hand was searching frantically for a missing 
prop. It was the opening night of the Senior 
Class Play. The curtain rose. 

The play, TURN BACK THE CLOCK, is 
a hilarious comedy of the "roaring twenties,'' 



the days when our mothers and fathers were 
teenagers wearing raccoon coats and dancing 
the Charleston. The talented cast presented the 
play which is a rollicking, happy expose of dad's 
courtship with mother, in a mature, perceptive 
and humorous manner. The players, with the 
help of Mr. William Longridge's creative coach- 
ing, produced a play of superior merit. 




Left to right: David Weinfeld, Walter Patstone. 



Left to right: David Crocker, Natalie Shober. 



Left to right: (front row) Shirley Grant, Dianne Redman, Susan Spinney, Marcia Auker. (Second row) Nancy Barbuto Sandra St Pierre 
Naomi Just, Tove Kraft Elaine McDonald, Maria Sabatino, Judith Pannier, Lorraine Corkum, Margaret McPherson, Jacqueline Grant Cyn- 
thia Weston, Dorothy Shanks, Marion Korpi, Jacqueline Happel. (Third row) Leonore Hardy, Anne Lagassee. Joanna Gregory, Marilyn Tay- 
lor Rita Merrill Mary Sweeney, Priscilla Mullin, David Gilligan, Joan Freeman, Lorraine Shurilla, Dawn McNally, Anne Ferullo Katherine 
McCarthy. (Fourth row) Elizabeth Sturgis, Joyce MacDonald, Dianne Sauerhoff, Linda Hollis, Elizabeth Orcutt, Elaine Garten Man' Lu Luci- 
ano, Karl [Pope Kenneth Taber .Beverly Burke, Shirley Smith, Judith Higgins. (Fifth row) Karen McCarthy, Jean Roanowicz, Elizabeth 
Hughes, Linda Larson, Joyce DeWolfe, Ellen Perry, Joyce Raymond, Ronald Jack, Robert Loring, Patricia Lindsey, Janice Olinto Nancy Gil- 
lis, Judith Hunter, Diane Hawes. " 




Left to right: (from row) Patricia Boudreau, Ronald Jack, Karl Pope. Jeffrey Everson. (Second row) Joan Freeman, Claudia Sirois Beverly 
Allan, Ellen Delahunt, Linda Hodgens Karin Hanson. (Third row) Karl Klasson, John Collins. Robert Weir, Phillip Walls Brian Webster 
Kenneib Knowles. Carole Boynton, Ruthanne Jacobsen, Donna Holden, Dianne Blakeman, Natalie Shober, Alan Litchfield David Trufant Wil- 
lis Slaven, John GuIineHo, David Hoitt, David Clapp. (Fourth row) Shirley Heffernan, Marcia Auker, Gail Carter Richard Plude Bruce 
Philbnck, Alan Risley. 




Left to right: (seated) William Stella, Henrj Bush. Robert Weir, Peter Roch, Karin Hanson. Linda Hodgens, Donna Holden, Diane BJake 
nan, Murdo Dowds. (Second row) Brian Webster, Richard Gilbert, Carole Boynton, Kenneth Knowles, Phillip Cleaves, Marilyn Jensen, Phil 
lip Chase, Salvatore Pateyno, Karl Klasson, John Nichols. ( Third row) Robert Stella, James Ciavattieri, George Nott, Ruthanne (acobsen 
Anthony Piccuto, Carol (acobsen, Robert Barrie, Alan Litchfield, Brian McLaughlin, Craig Deakin, Robert Luokola, David Sterling, Francis 
McWhinnie, Joseph Mullen, David Trufant, Stewart Fultz, Willis Slaven, Elizabeth Ring. William Pray, William Shober, John Gulinello, Da 
vid Hoitl. David Clapp. And (top row) Gail Connolly, Corinne Brackett, Arlene Coleran, Martha Smith, Jon Katin, Richard Plude, Bruce 
Philbrick. Alan Risle\ . Sh i i lev Heflernan, Patricia Boudreau, Marcia Anker, Marilyn Lamb, Lee Farley, Stephen W alker. Kenneth Happel 
Marianne Potts. Judith McDonald, Edna Xammarchi. 



eymouth High School's excellent music 
program includes band, orchestra, and 
choir. 

The South Shore community has been proud 
of the maroon and gold clad, well-trained band, 
as it played not only at football games, but also 
in several local parades. The band participated 
in the festival at Dedham, in assemblies at the 
junior high schools, and in the high school winter 
and spring concerts. Outstanding players repre- 
sented Weymouth at local, state, and New Eng- 
land school festivals. 

The orchestra and choir took part in more 
events this year than ever before. These included 
the annual winter and spring concerts, the State 
Regional Festival at Mansfield, the New Eng- 
land Festival at Barre, Vermont, -and the State 
Festival at Hyannis. For the P. T. A. the orches- 
tra put on a Pops Concert at the Nevin School. 
The Music Parents' Association sponsored a 
party for the orchestra and choir, a trip to the 
Boston Pops, and a covered dish supper to con- 
clude the year's activities for the music groups. 



BAND CHORUS 




ORCHESTRA 



SPORTSMANSHIP 



When the One Qreat Scorer comes to 
write against your name — He marks* 
not that you won or lost— but how you 
played the game." — Qrantland Rice 




Left to right: Marianne Potts, Marilyn Lamb, Edna Zamrnarchi, Le« 
*♦ Farley. 




Left to right: (kneeling) Judith MacDonald. And 
(standing) Corirme Brackett, Arlene Coleran, Mary Mc- 
Lean, Gail Connoll' . Mnrthn Jane Smith. 





majorettes in their trim uniforms, with batons 
twirling and white boots flashing, provided one of 
the main attractions at the football games. They also 
participated in rallies to- create enthusiasm for impor- 
tant games. Strutting proudly in front of the band was 
Judy MacDonald, head majorette, Corinne Brackett, 
Arlean Coleran, Gail Connolly, Lea Farley, Marilyn 
Lamb, Mary McLean, Marianne Potts, Martha Smith, 
and Edna Zamrnarchi. 

Weymouth High prides itself on the attractiveness 
and skill of its majorettes, who are to the public a 
symbol of our loyal school spirit. 



Front to back: Irene Bush, Betty Ames, Lois Mac- 
Leod, Joyce Abruzzese, Marylou Stewart. 



fa *,* 





Left to right: (bottom row) Rhodena Watt, Susan Vedoe. And 
(second row) Bonnie Tirrell, Donna Peterson, Jean Dunning. And 
(third row) Ann West, Carol Nelson, Sandra Russell, Natalie 



( 

Shober. 



'JpHE lively, attractive cheerleaders at Weymouth 
High School have been a great asset to our foot- 
ball and basketball teams. With contagious enthusi- 
asm they have encouraged our teams to victory and 
have led the student cheers for outstanding plays and 
players on the field. 

Each cheerleader wears on her uniform one large 
letter of the word Weymouth. Standing in order, they 
are: Sue Vedoe, Bonnie Tirrell, Carol Lee Nelson, 
Sandra Russell, who replaced Irene Bush after her 
knee injury, Natalie Shober, Anne West, Jean Dun- 
ning, and Rhodena Watt. 

The sub-cheerleaders are: Marylou Stewapt, Lois 
MacLeod, Joyce Abruzzese, and Betty Ames. 

With commendable civic spirit the cheerleaders 
volunteered to act as ushers for the "Teens Against 
Polio Drive" at the Weymouth Ice Skating Rink. 



Donna Peterson with Weymouth's mascot. 




Left co right: Donna Peterson, Susan Vedoe, Bonnie Tirrell, Carol 
Natalie Shober, Ann West, Jean Dunning, Rhodena Watt. 




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Preston DePlacido 




Left to right: (front row) John Salin, Paul MacDermott, Denis Grady, Carl 
SchleifF. Gardner Hurlburt, Preston DePlacido, Michael Hassan, Daniel Cullen. 
Kenneth Margexon, Brian Kelley, Obie Gibson, Mr. Hayes. And (second row) 
Mr. Fisher, Roger Larson, Alan Black, John Lilia, James Fitzgerald, Ronald 
Brackett, John D'Angelo, Donald Frank, Michael DiLorenzo, John Karlberg, 
Robert DiBojra, Richard Murley, Paul Thomas, Richard Hoole, William Min- 




FOOTBALL 



r J~ t HK football team had a very successful season, winning all 
but three games, and capturing the Greater Boston League 
championship. Coach Fisher guided the team through many hard 
games. Leading the team throughout the season were co-captains 
John DePlacido and Michael Hassan and standouts carl Schleiff 
and Richard McPherson. The boys graduating this year are the 
tour seniors mentioned above, and Michael DiLorenzo, James 
Fitzgerald, Donald Frank, Obediah Gibson, Ronald Hobson, Gard- 
ner Hurlbert, John Karlberg, Brian Kelley, Kenneth Margeson, 
Paul McDermott, and John Salin, all of whom may well be proud 
of their contributions to our fine record. 




'Where's the goal?' 




nis, William Hurley, Mr. Mazzola. And (back row) Mr. Dcmpsey, Michael 
Brophy, James O'Toole, Frank Hanhisalo, Donald Knudsen, Peter Meuse, Barry 
Damon, George Hurst, Brian Dunbar, Paid Chaisson, Kenneth Trudell, Michael 
Grable, David Aikens, George Jung, William Kachadorian, Harvey Gokey, Ro- 
bert Stella, Ronald Hobson, Spencer Hodges. 




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Michael Hassan 



FOOTBALL 



Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 



16 
30 

6 
22 

6 
20 

6 

8 



Quincy 

Maiden 

Medford 

Everett 

Arlington 

Somerville 

Chelsea 

Brockton 



24 
6 



18 
6 
6 

24 




Mr. Mazzola, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Dempsey, Coaches. 




Dick Murley makes another touchdown. 



'Oops, excuse me!" 



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Left to right: (front row) David Crocker, William Brown, John Berg, Richard McLean, Merrill Nickerson, Stephen French 
Robert Kirkland, Jeffrey Bruce. And (second row) James Moore, John Donovan, Robert Kelsey, James Young, Stephen 
Benedetti, Robert Ralph, Richard Barzelay, Allan King, John Santacroce, Gerard Lambert, William Marshman, Paid Hick- 
man. 





CROSS 


COUNTRY 




Weymouth 


24 


Silver Lake 


35 


Weymouth 


28 


Rockland 


27 


Weymouth 


26 


Quincy 


31 


Weymouth 


41 


Brockton 


16 


Weymouth 


23 


North Quincy 


32 


Weymouth 


29 


Quincy 


26 


South Shore 


Meet— 8th place 




Weymouth 


24 


North Quincy 


32 


State Meet— 


9th place 







COUNTRY 




Left to right: Stephen French, Jeffrey Bruce, Merrill Nickerson. 



Left to right: William Brown, David Crocker. 




JJy winning four of its meets, our cross 
country squad had a successful season 
this year. Our team defeated North Quincy 
twice, and also defeated Quincy and Silver 
Lake. It lost to a powerful Brockton team, 
and to Rockland and Quincy in extremely 
close races, by one and three points re- 
spectively. 

The head coach was Mr. Oral Page. He 
was assisted by Mr. Malcolm Pratt and 
Kurt Huhtanen, manager. Graduating 
from the team this year are John Berg, Wil- 
liam Brown, Jeffrey Bruce, Dana Gould, 
Richard McLean and Merrill Nickerson. 
The mainstays of next year's team will be 
Allan King, James Moore, John Santacroce, 
John Donovan, and Richard Ralph. 




Left to right: William Brown, David Crocker. 




Left to right: (front row) James Moore, Richard McLean, David Crocker, 
John Berg, Leonard Flathers. And (second row) Coach Oral Page, Allen 
King. Alan Risley, Stephen French, Bruce Stevens, Mr. Pratt. And (third 
row) Robert Kirkland, Richard Hoole, William Kachadorian, George rune 
ohn Nicholson. B J 8 ' 




WINTER TRACK 



Weymouth 


36 


North Quincy 


41 


Weymouth 


23i/ 2 


Newton 


53i/2 


Weymouth 


16 


Brookline 


61 


Weymouth 


43 


North Quincy 


34 


Weymouth 


56 


Needham 


21 


Weymouth 


13 


Ringe Technical 


73 


Weymouth 


27 


Maiden 


50 


Weymouth 


31 


Med ford 


46 



Left to right: Robert Kirkland, Richard McLean, John Berg. 



TRACK 



'JpHE winter track team, in the 
Metropolitan League for the 
first time, had an extremely poor 
season. Weymouth lost five league 
meets and defeated only Needham 
and North Quincy. 

The outstanding senior on our 
team was David Crocker, high 
jumper. Other members ot the 
track team graduating this year 
are John Berg, Stephen French, 
Michael Hassan, Captain; Brian 
Kelley, Robert Kirkland, Richard 
McLean, and Alan Risley. 

Leonard Flathers, our junior 
hurdler, placed third in the state 
meet, and leads next year's nucle- 
us of Arthur Bleakney, Michael 
Brophy, Richard Hoole,, James 
Moore, and Richard Moakley. 



Left to right: Jeffrey Bruce, William Brown, Robert Kirkland, David Crocker, 
Richard McLean, Merrill Nickerson, John Berg, Stephen French. 





Left to right: (front row) Edward Lewis, Kenneth Margeson, 
Robert Daniele, David Weinfeld, David Parsons, Arthur 
Murphy, Alfred Ingham, Ralph Bush. And (second row) 
Michael Geyer, Richard McPherson, Gary Kemp, Ronald 



Kenneth Margeson. 



'J'ke basketball team this year got off to a slow start, but 
after losing the first four games, Coach Kearns' boys 
came through to win the next seven before losing again 
to powerful Somerville and Everett. From there the team 
went on to win five more "must" games in order to make 
the Tech Tourney. The season's record stands at twelve 
wins and six losses. Outstanding players on the team were 
Kenneth Margeson, Captain; Robert Daniele, and Richard 
McPherson. David Weinfeld and Juniors, Edward Lewis, 
James Balcom, Ronald DiGravio, Gary Kemp and Roger 
Larson, also made valuable contributions to the team's 
success. Coach Kearns was assisted by Mr. Mazzola and 
Michael Geyer, Manager. 





TV.Cll I OI KM.V 



Weymouth 73 
Weymouth 74 
Wcynioulh 50 



Boston Technical 
Lynn Classical 
Beverly 



DiGravio, William O'Brien, Frank Shea, David Aiken 
Quintin, Michael Grable, James Greenhalgh. And (rear r 
James Balcom, Roger Larson, Frank Kelley, Alan Litchfi 
Robert Ralph, William Hanlon, Kevin McTigert. 



Left to right. Mr. Mazzola, Mr. Kearns. 





Weymouth 


56 


Medford ,<aej 


62 


Weymouth 


55 


Quincy 


66 


Weymouth 


40 


Somerville 


67 


Weymouth 


49 


Everett 


77 


Weymouth 


49 


Maiden 


38 


Weymouth 


66 


North Quincy 


44 


Weymouth 


48 


Revere 


43 


Weymouth 


67 


Chelsea 


50 


Weymouth 


74 


Lowell 


67 


Weymouth 


63 


Medford 


58 


Weymouth 


65 


Quincy 


58 


We\ mouth 


45 


Some*ville 


73 


Weymouth 


57 


Everett 


62 


Weymouth 


61 


Maiden 


58 


Weymouth 


64 


North Quincy 


58 


Weymouth 


59 


Revere 


56 


Weymouth 


71 


Chelsea 


50 


Weymouth 


78 


Lowell 


55 



4 




Left to right: (front row) Robert Greenhalgh, Fred Ransom, Stephen Thayer, Pershing Rennie, John O'N'eil, John 
Salin, David Budden. And (middle row) David MacLeod, Gerard Lambert, Timothy Handrahan, Robert MacDonald, 
Robert Bryant, Henry Godin, Peter Newton. And (back row) Slewart Fnlt/, Edwar.d Perry, Frederick Peterson, Thomas 
Clinton, Richard Manson, John MacLellan, Kenneth Trudell, Mr. Dempsey. 






Left to right: Fred Ransom, Robert Greenhalgh. 



IJJnder the competent leadership of Coach Dempsey, 
our hotkey team won seven of its twelve games 
this season and finished fourth in the South Shore 
Hockey League. Only the fine Archbishop Williams, 
King Philip, and Hingham teams led them in the 
League. 

While the entire hockey squad deserves credit for 
its good defense and effective team work, John Salin, 
John O'Neil, and Pershing Rennie will be remem- 
bered as outstanding senior players. Robert Mac- 
Donald, David Budden, Stephen Thayer, Fred 
Ransom, Robert Greenhalgh rounded out the gradu- 
ating team. Thomas Danielc was the manager this 
year. 

With Thomas Clinton, Richard Manson, and 
Henry Godin returning next year, Weymouth High 
has bright prospects for another successful season in 
1960. 







HOCKEY 






H 


Weymonth 


6 


Canton 







O 


Weymouth 


1 


Milton 




o 


Weymouth 


-1 y 


Hingham 


(forfeit) 





We) mouth 


6 


Brockton 









Weymouth 


() 


Scituate 







C 


We) mouth 


1 


King Philip 




4 


Weymouth 


2 


Archbishop 


Williams 


2 


K 


Weymouth 


5 


Canton 




1 


Weymouth 


6 


Milton 







Weymonth 





Hingham 




8 




Weymouth 


2 


Brockton 




2 


c 


Weymouth 


5 


Scituate 




I 


c 


Weymouth 


1 


King Philip 




5 




Weymouth 





Archbishop 


Williams 


3 


Y 



I. clt to right: Steven Thayer, David Budden. 



Left to right: John Salin, John O'Neil, Pershing Rennie. 








«v •ill • • 




Left to right: (front row) Fred Ransom, Albert Colarus- 
so, Thomas Burns, Richard Manson, Michael Dunning, Wil- 
liam Capazoli, Robert Greenhalgh, Murdo Dovvds. And (back 




row) William O'Brien, Arthur Sharp, Ronald Brackett, Richard 
Ainslie, John Salin, Paul MacDermott, Warren Sinnott, Thomas 
Clinton, Francis O'Donnell, Charles Elliot, Robert MorriJ 

■— !■ ■IIHlNnF' I'FlHIIIMIWIHf* I'HIWrtHllllliW i'H lll'IBi '1 11 II III' I'hi^HMl IMWlllM>llaUW>IMjmmiliimiMil!l.tL 




Left to lighl: Robert Greenhalgh and Richard Ainslie warm 




Fred Ransom throws a strike 





In Salin waits for a tricky grounder. 



Albert Colarusso, ready and waiting. 



^Jj^HE baseball team had a busy season, playing such 
schools as Somerville, Chelsea, Brockton, Maiden, 
Quincy, and North Quincy. The squad, ably coached 
by Leo Hayes and Rene Martin and managed by 
Murdo Dowds, fared well in all contests. Al Colarusso 
and Fred Ransom were the outstanding players in an 
excellent group of boys of whom Weymouth should 
be proud. 




Richard Manson shouts, 'Tut it over!' 




Left to right: (front row) Theodora Nicholas, Gene Zammarchi, Can 
Adam, Judith O'Malley, Elaine McDonald. (Second row) Rebecca Gran 
Mary Neil, Susan MacDonald, Tove Kraft, Linda Phillips. (Rear row) Lino 
Litchfield, Deborah Goodale, Joyce' Raymond, Linda Grossman, Jean Bur 
ham, Helen Rando, Susan Taber. 



A lthough girls have no varsity sports, almost any 
afternoon of the year one may find an enthusi- 
astic group, either in the gym or out on the field, 
eagerly competing in intramurals. Field hockey, volley 
ball, basketball, softball, and tennis are the sports 
popular in their respective seasons. All during the year 
Miss Arnold and Miss Levangie have taught and 
officiated expertly, and the girls have learned the 
principles of good sportsmanship and fair play, while 
having an enjoyable time throughout. 



Tove Kraft 

Left to right: Carol Adam, Linda Phillips, Linda Litchfield. 



Left to right: Rebecca Grant, Linda Litchfield, Theodora 

Nicholas, Joyce Raymond. 




Left to right: Carol Adam, Linda Phillips, Theodora Nicho- 
las, Joyce Raymond. 



Left to right: Theodora Nicholas, Linda Litchfield, Joyce 
Raymond, Linda Phillips, Carol Adam. 




Senior Class Prayer 




by JANET ROLLINS 



Dear Lord, 

As the velvet warmth of spring blankets the land, we realize 
that Graduation Day is near. The thrill of the future mingles with 
the memories of the past. Years of guidance and security are now 
behind us, and frightening uncertainty lies ahead. The understand- 
ing and patience of our teachers, the love and guidance of our 
parents and the priceless joy of laughs and sorrow we shared in 
friendship are the past dreams we knew. 

Standing now before the open gates of tomorrow, we realize 
we can never turn back. Each of us has a road to travel, and whether 
in shining success or in dismal failure, I pray we never walk that 
winding road alone. 

On this day of our graduation, my Lord, though we go our 
separate ways, may you always be near, giving us the security and 
love we knew when we were under the Cross of Gray. 



J 




HOBBS STUDIO 

819 BROAD STREET EAST WEYMOUTH 

Telephone: EDgewater 5-41Q5 




Rutll Wlgandt Mary Crocker Tlielma Humphrey Henry Mount Alice Shulman 

Colorisi Receptionist Colorisi Laboratory Technician Retoucher 



Comphmen ts of 

Weymouth Jewelers 
nc. 



Bui ova - Hamilton - Omega 



71 Washington Street 
Weymouth, Mass. 



women s appare 



BARBARA'S 



7 Union Street ED 5-1881 



Columbian Sq., So. Weymouth 



Compliments of 



HUDSON 



BUS 



LINES, Inc 



157 



. . . your South Shore 
fashion center 




158 



Realtors 



Telephone EDgewater 5^1000 
133 Washington Street Weymouth, Mass. 



PLYMOUTH 




ROCK 


* 


Seahest 


served 


ICE CREAM 


exclusively 
in our 




cafeteria 



UNITED BURNER 
SERVICE 

• Range Oils 

• Heating 

• Radios 

• Fuel Oils 

• Televisions 

• Stokers 

• Records 

• Electrical Appliances 

Telephone EDgewater 7-1630 
Jackson Square East Weymouth 



GOOD LUCK! 



iCHOFIELD: 



Inc. 



m 



Concrete Forms 



WILLIAM WESTLAND 

8i COMPANY 



SPORTING GOODS 

Equipment for Every Sport 



11 REVERE ROAD 



QUINCY, MASS. 



160 











MASTER 






% .. . 


CLEANSERS 


Best Wishes to Class of '59 




| 


TAILORING & DYES 


M. R. Loud & Company 








Serving since 1895 




1; 


One Hour Service 


Authorised Dealer for . . . 






• Scott's Lawn Products 




;. 

:: : 
is ' 




• Delta Power Tools 

• Hardware 






1407 Commercial Street 


• Paint 




I 
W 

ii 

m 


East Weymouth 


Visit the Gift Shop . . . 

Gifts for All Occasions 






Telephone EDgewater 5"3545 

At the Herring Run 


EXPERT GIFT WRAPPING 

10 Union Street, South Weymouth 






Stellas 








BEAUTY SHOPPE 


Compliments of 






• Cosmetics 

• Tewelry 


BOYLE'S 






Gifts for All Occasions 


PHARMACY 






947 Main Street 








South Weymouth, Mass. 


WEYMOUTH LANDING 






Telephone EDgewater 5-4390 













161 



INC. 



devoted exclusively to sub-teen and 



teen apparel 



31 High Street 1586 Hancock Street 



BROCKTON 



QUINCY 



KING OAK 

Sewice Station 

Alvin K. King, Jr., Prop. 

Cities Service Accessories 

• TIRES 

• BATTERIES 

• LUBRICATION 

510 North Street Weymouth 
EDgewater 5-2260 



Curtis Farms 

INCORPORATED 

Weymouth's Most Outstanding Super Market 

Big Enough to Serve You . . . 

Small Enough to Know You 

Route 128, South Weymouth 
Quincy Super Market Located at 650 Adams St., Quincy 



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mmmmmmm 



Schafer 's 
CAMERA SHOP 

Everything Photographic 



VI 3-7010 



28 Commercial Street 
East Braintree 84, Mass. 



Congratulations 

ALBION'S 
HARDWARE 
COMPANY 



782 BROAD STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 

EDgewater 7-0773 



TIRES (New, Used, Retreads) 

BATTERIES 
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES 

South Shore Tire Service 
and Appliance Co. 

464 Washington St., Weymouth 
Junction Routes 3 and IS 

Tel. EDgewater 1-2500 

"HERB'' GUINETTE 
Owner and Manager 



Congratulations! 

ELBRIDGE 
NASH 3, 



tUG CO- 



1 



PRESCRIPTIONISTS 

J. Warren Campbell 
James Campbell 

Registered Pharmicists 

COLUMBIAN SQUARE 

SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 



ED 5-2388 



Established 1875 



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PHYflE'S 



Custom Made Paints 

to Match Any Color Desired 

3<? Commercial Street 

Victor 3-1566 Weymouth Landing 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



LETTERPRESS 

AND 

OFFSET PRINTING 



EDgewater 5-3335 
1400 COMMERCIAL STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 89, MASS. 



Norfolk Motors 

Inc. 

De Soto-Plymouth Dealer 



19 Water Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 



Ashley B. Jones 

President 



EDgewater 7-0330 



Congratulations ! 



LINCOLN SQUARE 
SuttOCa STATION 

LINCOLN SQUARE 



164 



I Howard Johnson's 

Routes 3 and 18 
WEYMOUTH 

• 

A Genial Meeting Place to Dine 
Franchise Owner, Richard Blackmur 



Factory 

FurnitureMart 



Store Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
Except Wednesday and Saturday 
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
• 

EDgewater 5-1508 

373 Washington St. • Weymouth 
On Route 3 



Drug Store 

Since 1908 

Daniel Reidy, Reg. Ph. 
Richard Reidy, Reg. Ph. 

Prescription 
Druggists 

Jackson Square East Weymouth 
EDgewater 5-0690 



Compliments of 



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. . : •- - : - '■■>'.■: - : - 



BURRELL'S 

VARIETY 



STORE 



Compliments of 



BEST WISHES 

to the 

Class of '59 



COMMERCIAL SQUARE 

EAST WEYMOUTH 



George MacDonald 



Godin Brothers 

OPPOSITE the HERRING RUN 

• OUTBOARD MOTORS 

• TONKA CRAFT BOATS 

• RIGO BOAT TRAILERS 

Power Mower and 

Automotive Repairs 

Tel. EDgewater 5-9743 
1441 Commercial Street 
East Weymouth, Mass. 



Jackson Square 
Pharmacy, Inc. 



ft The Rexall Store ft 



Harold Openshaw, Ph. G. 
Reg. Pharmacist 

Air Conditioned For Tour Comfort 



804-806 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 
EDgewater 5-5675 



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Daniel H. Cla ncy 



Weymouth 



Braintree 



DANIEL H. CLANCY 
JOHN F. CLANCY 



100 WASHINGTON STREET 
Telephone EDgewater 7-1414 



Compliments of 



DIERSCH'S 



Flowers 




Be Wise 

SHOP WISE SUPER MARKET 




COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY SUPER MARKET PRICES 



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Compliments of 


Congratulations 

on 




Your Graduation 




HOUSE & HOME 


162 Bridge Street, Weymouth 


Real Estate 




160 Washington St., Weymoutn 


EDgewater 5-1457 






EDgewater 5-6852 



m 

mm 



LINCOLN SQUARE 

DRY CLEANING SHOP 



182 WASHINGTON STREET 



WEYMOUTH LANDING 



Specializing in . . . 

Personalized Dry Cleaning 

• DONE ON PREMISES 

WE MIX OUR OWN SPECIAL FORMULAS 
Anthony Scoppettuolo, Owner'Operator 



SUITS 



GOWNS 



FORMALS 



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Congratulations 



■CrPtt 



FORD 
GREENHOUSES 



131 Cedar Street ED 5-1150 



Weymouth 



WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS 



Headquaters for Fine Fashions 



DOROTHY ANN 



SHOP 



16 Commercial St., Weymouth Landing 



EDgewater 5-4262 



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Best Wishes to the Class of '59 
RHINES Lumber Company 

Weymouth • Braintree 
LUMBER • BUILDING MATERIALS 



INTERIOR FINISH 



• WINDOWS .DOORS .FRAMES • NU-WOOD 

BALSAM WOOL - SHINGLES - FLOORING 

• SHEETROCK • ROCKWOOL • OVERHEAD TYPE DOORS 



148 Commercial Street Weymouth Landing 



EDgewater 5-1640 



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Yvonne Marie Beauty Shoppe 




410 BRIDGE STREET 

NORTH WEYMOUTH 
EDgewater 7-1161 



Yvonne £? Ken Porter 



Compliments of . . . 

Teachers and Students 

of 

Confraternity ^Kigh School 

Sacred Heart Parish Weymouth Landing 




tl 



Older Sister's 



Advice. . ♦ 



"/T'S SMART to line up job interviews well in advance 
of graduation. And one of the best places I know to con- 
tact is the Telephone Company. Several of us from my 
graduating class are working here — and every one of us 
loves it." 



Telephone jobs are important 
ones. We have our own training pro- 
gram which you can enter without any 
previous job experience. The pay is 
good, and you'll get regular raises. 

Why not come and see our employ- 
ment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor 
at your school to tell you when and 
where to apply. 




NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY 

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